Category: Hydrotherapy

A hot tub from Master Spas offers the ultimate in hydrotherapy.

Discover the benefits of soaking in the therapeutic waters of a hot tub.

Hydrotherapy is the use of water as therapy. There are myriad forms of hydrotherapy, including hot water therapy, cold water therapy, aquatic exercise, and steam saunas.

Hot tubs provide a therapeutic experience because of the warm water. Warm water therapy in a hot tub can decrease pain, promote blood flow, and relax muscles.

Master Spas hot tubs and swim spas are ideal for realizing the benefits of hydrotherapy. Premium massage jets deliver a soothing massage as you relax. Choose the pressure of the water and temperature for a personalized experience.

At-home hot tubs can encourage you to prioritize your own health and well-being. Soaking in a hot tub can encourage you to take a step back from the stress of daily life, relaxing your body and mind. You can enjoy being outdoors, as well.

An added benefit of using a hot tub for hydrotherapy is improved sleep. Research shows that people who immerse themselves in warm water within an hour before bed fall asleep more easily. How does a hot tub help with sleep? Not only can a hot tub help you ease stress, anxiety, and muscle tension but the physiological changes to your body temperature help promote sleep.

Hot tub therapy can benefit athletes, people who live with chronic pain, those recovering from surgery, and more. It can be an important part of treatment for people with arthritis, fibromyalgia, type 2 diabetes, and other chronic conditions.

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