Rehabilitation in the aquatic environment

An increasing number of individuals with different types of musculoskeletal dysfunction results in growing significance of rehabilitation in the aquatic environment as an important alternative to classic rehabilitation. The
specific physicochemical features of water enable treatment as well as a wide range of physical therapy, particularly
in such diseases where rehabilitation can only be performed in this environment due to strain. The article
presents the basic elements of rehabilitation in the aquatic environment combined with its properties, effects of
specific water features on efficiency and comfort of treatment as well as reasons why this type of rehabilitation
develops slower than the current needs for such services.Key words: Ebola, health risk, disease

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