Hydrotherapy is the use of warm water to provide natural pain relief and promote relaxation. Such treatments use water properties such as pressure and temperature to stimulate circulation. Increased circulation can promote healing, provide pain relief for rheumatism and arthritis, and through endorphins calm a tired mind.
The principle of hydrotherapy goes back to beyond Roman times, and Sir John Floyer wrote about the therapeutic use of natural springs in a book published in 1702.
A modern spa or hottub is designed to target and massage specific muscle groups such as neck, shoulder, back, calf or feet. Multiple massage sources sooth these groups, whilst the Hot Tubs systems help maintain a warm, safe bathing environment. To see more, play the video below.