Hydrotherapy is a therapeutic technique that has existed for centuries. In essence, it is the use of varying water temperatures to benefit the body. Changing water temperatures has a big effect on blood flow, which in turn can improve healing time, energy, mood and many other aspects of your life.
Here are a few simple techniques you can use at home. If you have any sensory deficits with any of these techniques, please speak with your doctor:
— By Shawnti Rockwell, ND (’14), resident at Bastyr Center for Natural Health.
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