Endless possibilities

A movable swimming pool floor is a multi functional solution that creates virtually endless possibilities for all types of patients in a hydro-therapeutic pool. It can even be installed in an existing therapy pool. With a movable swimming pool floor, the depth of the pool can be adjusted to exactly meet the needs of the patient. Therefore, the pool can suit all types of patients and facilitate many different training techniques, for example:

Therefore a higher utilization of the pool can be achieved. Our movable swimming pool floor is specially developed for use in the rehabilitation and therapeutic sector.

EWAC Medical not only supplies movable swimming pool floors, but also makes an active contribution to the acquisition and distribution of knowledge about hydrotherapy. On this page you will find more in-depth information on all aspects of the use of a movable swimming pool floor in rehabilitation.

Articles

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