How Does Hydrotherapy Help Fibromyalgia?

fibromyalgia and hydrotherapy

Soaking in a warm bath is found to be one of the most therapeutic activity for fibromyalgia patients. It is actually a basic form of hydrotherapy which helps in temporary pain relief for fibromyalgia. Read on to find out more.

What is Hydrotherapy?

Hydrotherapy is basically an alternative therapy that makes use of water in treating certain illnesses whilst maintaining good health. It uses water in different forms, such as steam and ice. Hydrotherapy helps relieve muscle pain, improves circulation and promotes good health. Also known as balneotherapy, hydrotherapy is being practiced by licensed medical professionals known as the hydrotherapists and naturopaths.


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  1. says: Judie

    I was diagnosed with fibro over 10 years ago. I know in the summer when I can be in the water it helps a lot when I am in the water but the pain comes back as soon as I get out, infact getting out is a real chore. I don’t have a tub

  2. says: Hallie

    Yes, hydrotherapy is very helpful..just be very careful that the hot tub is cleaned and checked regularly. You can get hair follicle infection and while not painful it is disgusting!

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