The use of water for rejuvenation, relaxation, and health restoration is known as hydrotherapy. This treatment is quite good at relieving pain if it is applied correctly. Water's healing capabilities are utilized in therapy as a potent therapeutic medium. Neurological, musculoskeletal, and cardiac disorders have been successfully treated with this therapy both passively and aggressively. The therapists employ specific techniques to improve muscle tone, which improves mobility and helps eliminate or lessen discomfort. Exercise the body parts using water's hydrodynamic property, either with or without equipment. Numerous hydrotherapy treatments increase muscle strength and decrease joint compression.

The use of water for therapeutic purposes at different temperatures, both inside and externally, is known as hydrotherapy. Hydrotherapy, also referred to as water therapy, comprises various therapies such foot baths, saunas, steam rooms, hot and cold showers, contrast therapy, and water therapy.


Transfer by conduction and convection (superficial heating and cooling agents) Specific heat of water 4 times than air.

Thermal conductivity is 25 times than air.

Stationary water heat by conduction.

Moving water heat by convection.

Hydrotherapy Treatments :

Herbal Steam Bath


Cold Compress

Hot Compress

Hip Bath

Small Intestine Meridian (SI).

Bladder Meridian (BL).

Kidney Meridian (KI).

Pericardium Meridian (PC).

Triple Energizer Meridian (TE).

Gall Bladder Meridian (GB).

Liver Meridian (LR).

Governor Vessel (GV).

Conception Vessel (CV).