Find Hydrotherapy Pools07/12/2022
Hydrotherapy pools are generally defined as those where the water temperature is around 32-35.5 ºC, so warmer than a typical swimming pool. Using a hydrotherapy pool can bring additional physical and psychological benefits over and above what can be achieved in lower-temperature environments, which aids recovery and wellbeing – for example, improved circulation, improved renal function, improved respiratory function, reduced muscle spasms and spasticity, and reduced pain.
Hydrotherapy is sometimes also called Aquatic Physiotherapy and is a physiotherapy programme utilising the properties of water, designed by a suitably qualified physiotherapist. The programme should be specific for an individual to maximise function. Hydrotherapy should be carried out by appropriately trained personnel, ideally in a purpose-built and suitably heated hydrotherapy pool.
Finding your nearest Hydrotherapy Pool
- Type your location or postcode in the search box below and click ‘Find hydrotherapy pools’.
- The closest hydrotherapy pools will be presented.
- Click on the venue to find out more about your closest hydrotherapy pool.
If you own or manage a hydrotherapy pool that is not listed here, please contact the Health and Wellbeing Team to discuss the criteria for inclusion. Alternatively, you can register your interest to list your hydrotherapy pool on Poolfinder.