hydrotherapist


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hydrotherapist

(hī″drō-thĕr′ă-pĭst)
One who specializes in hydrotherapy.
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CREDENTIALS: Certified as an instructor by the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapists; certified by the National Board of Colon Hydrotherapy; 13 years' experience as a practitioner.
"It's a scandal that they say they can't afford to pay pounds 20,000 for a trained hydrotherapist yet the suite itself cost pounds 300,000.
We performed water-based exercises immediately after the physical therapy for 20 days with the assistance of a physiotherapist and hydrotherapist. Water-based exercises took place in a therapy pool maintained at 28-30 [degrees]C, which was 8 m in width, 12 m in length, and 1.4 m at its deepest point.
The vet from Menna Morgan's Veterinary Practice suggested aqua therapy to strengthen his rear legs and I'm pleased to say a big thank-you to Angela Halls, the hydrotherapist, and her mum Ruth for all their love and care given to Barney.
With 25 years' experience under her belt of working as a qualified colonic hydrotherapist and holistic therapist, Andrea has come up with 10 ways to look after your gut.
He underwent surgery at Liverpool University's small animal unit, Leahurst, and was referred to a hydrotherapist.
Four Paws Hydrotherapy Rehab Centre in Whitehouse Farm is a purpose-designed, state-of-the-art rehabilitation centre for canines, with a veterinary nurse and hydrotherapist. Sessions are priced from pounds 12.
Angela Halls, a pet hydrotherapist from Aqua Dogs in Cardiff, said owners would prefer to get advice from a vet or an animal charity, than the Government.
TUBULAR BELLES: Joanne Willcox, colonic hydrotherapist at Herberts of Liverpool, with client Gemma Johnson
Hydrotherapist Sue Hawkins said: "I knew we would get Meg walking again, I was positive about it."
'Dogs are referred to us by vets from all over Wales,' says hydrotherapist Barbara Cooper.