There are many facets to healing and one successful arm of treatment is AQUATHERAPY, which has been the backbone of our Dr.Kannan Pugazhendi’s “Stay healthy regime”.

water therapy

Aquatherapy or exercising in water helps a variety of people with their health problems. It does sound unbelievable but nevertheless is very much true. One must be wondering how exercising in water can be beneficial. Body weight is reduced by 90 per cent in water and buoyancy makes even the more difficult exercises doable. For instance people with knee problems are generally advised not to squat. In water, one can do all this and more without discomfort or injury and reap benefits such as improved muscle tone, balance, strength, muscular endurance and cardio respiratory endurance.

Who are the people ideal for Aquatherapy? Almost everyone, especially those suffering from knee pain, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and those who are looking forward to avoid a joint replacement surgery to obtain relief. The geriatric population can experience improvement in strength and muscle tone. Those with Ataxia (which causes loss of balance) find they are steadier on their feet and those with respiratory problems are generally benefited as compressed water exits exhalation.

“Aquatherapy is definitely an enjoyable experience” as said by our Dr, who encourages everyone to shed their inhibitions and get into the water. Most swimming pools come with supports by the side thus making the experience a little less terrifying. At SPARRC all the exercises done in water are done under the guidance of trained physiotherapist. A person not used to swimming or water is advised to start Aquatherapy for five minutes and increase it slowly to one hour session. The exercises may seem gentle and easy but the after effect is mind boggling. The session always begins with a warm up. Half an hour of Aquatherapy is equal to an hour of walking or workouts in the gym.

SPARRC encourages and ensures recovery without pain through Aquatherapy. Call us to find more about the therapy.




  • nemichand
    10 years ago Reply

    hi sir can chondromalacia patella3 cured

    • Sparrc Staff
      10 years ago Reply

      Dear Sir,
      Greetings from SPARRC institute!
      Thank you for getting in touch with us.
      Yes the symptoms arising due to chondromalacia patella can be cured using the correct form of therapy,streches and rehabilitative exercises.
      Please do share your contact no with us to facilitate an appointment to meet Dr.Kannan Pugazhendi, for his expert guidance with regards to this.
      Thank you
      Lariena Daniels
      SPARRC team

    9 years ago Reply

    hi sir
    can aqua therapy work for weight loss even if i have a problem in L4 L5 .

    • Sparrc Staff
      9 years ago Reply

      Dear Mam, we have replied to you from our ID Kindly get in touch with our fitness advisor for further details.
      Sparrc Team

  • Suguna Challa
    8 years ago Reply

    Do you have aquatherapy at Hyderabad?

  • Vijayalakshmi
    8 years ago Reply

    I have knee and nerve problem in my right leg because of the same i find difficulty in standing for few minutes.Is aqua therapy useful for me

  • Imaya G
    8 years ago Reply

    Sir,have knee pain and overweight ..afraid I’ll hurt my knees going to gym..can I take up aquatherapy?

  • Pavi
    8 years ago Reply

    My daughter is 1 year 6 months old.. she has erbs palsy by birth.. I heard aquatic therapy works best to loosen the tight muscles… please reply…

  • Rasika
    7 years ago Reply

    hi sir
    can aqua therapy work for weight loss even if i have a problem in L4 L5 .

  • Rasika
    7 years ago Reply

    I have a bulge on disc L4 and L5 and on bed rest since last 3 weeks would you suggest something to me ?

  • Pankaj gupta
    7 years ago Reply

    Hi sir

    I m full body paralysed now recover 70 percent. But there is problem of balancing and heavyness in the body i wanna ask does aqua theorapy give any sort of relief becoz somebody told me that i should try aqua theorapy

  • Ravi Rebbapragada
    7 years ago Reply


    I suffer from lymphedema in the left leg.
    Would aquatherapy be a solution.


  • Shadan
    7 years ago Reply

    Hi sir, my 3 yr syndrome girl child has very low muscle tone. Is it beneficial for her. Do you work for children. What is the minimum limit age for therapy. Pls send me contact no.

  • Amar
    7 years ago Reply

    Hello Sir,

    My daughter is special needs and has delayed milestones. She is going for occupational therapy for the last seven years and we see a good improvement but slow. Would water therapy improve her motor skills? What else you have to offer us. We live in Hyderabad

  • Aditi
    6 years ago Reply

    Hello sir/mam,

    My son is of 2 yrs 10 months old. Actually he is having problem of developmental delay (CP) due to birth history.
    We are doing PT for him in chennai. My child loves water and music. He always enjoy in water so i am. Interested in aquatherapy for him.
    So can u please brief me about your center n sessions for kids. Also let me know about admissions process n charges if i want to have sessions at your center.
    Thank u.

  • Aishwarya
    6 years ago Reply

    Hi sir,
    I got ACL RECONSTRUCTION surgery one and take months back, in left knee and I’m overweight…I’m dng my rehab physio for a month and I want to know if aqua therapy has effects on improving my strength without getting hurt…

  • Diwash
    5 years ago Reply

    Hi sir!
    Iam a hamaplegic stroke survivor. I have weakness in LHS. I can walk independently.but my left shoulder and elbow muscles are weak and spastic. Can aqua therapy help me better in muscles strengthening of hand and legs. Suggest. Thanks

  • Dilip Kumar
    5 years ago Reply

    Hello sir .
    Am spin cord Injured person .. looking for aquatic therapy at your center . Please guide me in the following

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