Hydrotherapy for the Legs
Treating the hips with hydrotherapy is useful ailments affecting the abdomen, reproductive system, inflammations, pelvic congestion, cramps, hemorrhoids, kidney pain and intestinal pain. It is also useful for enlargement of the gall bladder and stone formation, enlargement of the liver, meteorism and diabetes mellitus. It should not be used for sciatica, irritable bladder, urinary tract infections or during menstruation.
Hydrotherapy for the thighs can help improve poor circulation and stimulate blood flow. It is useful in the treatment of Cox arthritis, crural paralysis, muscular rheumatism and varicose veins. Water therapy for the thighs should also not be used for sciatia, irritable bladder, urinary tract infections or during menstruation.
Treating the feet and legs with hydro therapy is useful for headaches and migraines, varicose veins, contusions, sleeplessness and low blood pressure. This type of water therapy can help ward off vascular damage and influence the digestive and reproductive organs. Like the hips and thighs, hydrotherapy for the feet and legs should not be used for sciatia, irritable bladder, urinary tract infections or during menstruation.
Consult a physician to determine whether a physical therapy is suitable for your case when a condition is persistent or recurrent. Also consult your doctor if you are pregnant or have a heart disease