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5 Ways to Use Your Hot Tub With a Workout

Aquatic workouts are a fun, low impact option to increase fitness without straining your body. This is great news for those with joint pain, sports injuries, or anyone who wants to combine therapeutic exercises with the soothing heat and buoyancy of water. What’s more, your home spa can serve double duty as your warm up and post-workout relaxation space. Provided you have permission from your doctor, try out some of the water-based moves below the next time you head for your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub.

Leg and Hip Lifts

Strengthening your legs and hips can help to improve balance, add support to your back muscles, and decrease the risk of injury. Stand up in your spa, using the walls or lip of the hot tub for support, and extend your leg outward and to the side. Loosen up your hips by bringing your knees up one at a time, as close to your chest as you can, then lower and extend them behind you. Repeat each exercise in sets of 3, with 10 to 15 repetitions to start, building in number and frequency as you grow stronger.

Arm Circles and Light Weights

Define and tone your arms by holding them down by your side, then curling upward from the elbow. You can also extend your arms straight outward – one or both at a time, depending on the size of your tub – and work them in circles to build your shoulder and triceps muscles. Do this empty-handed or with light weights. As with the leg lifts, perform these exercises in sets of 3 with 10 to 15 repetitions, until you’re comfortable doing more.

Aerobics

Add an aerobic, cardio-focused component to your hot tub workout with bicycle kicks. Sit in the spa with your legs toward the center, hold the edge of the seat with both hands, and elevate your legs, keeping them in the water. Make a pedaling motion as if you’re riding a bicycle. Pedal for 30 seconds, alternating speeds for a better workout, then take a break and repeat as desired. Get in the rhythm by using your wireless spa stereo system to set the mood with music or your own custom playlist.

Stretch

Warm water loosens up your muscles, making your hot tub the perfect place to stretch pre- or post-workout. After soaking for a few minutes, perform quad and hamstring stretches for your legs, as well as bicep and shoulder stretches for your upper body.

As always, stay hydrated while you’re in the spa—drink lots of water. Make sure to pay attention to your body during your hot tub workout and exit the water if you ever feel light-headed. You can also read more about simple exercises to do in your hot tub.

Top 5 Articles About Hydrotherapy

Jacuzzi has popularized the ancient practice of water massage therapy for a new age. Whether you currently own a hot tub or are just in the market for one, there’s lot to learn about hydrotherapy, hydromassage, and the vast benefits of both. To help you with your research, we have assembled five of our most popular articles about hydrotherapy:

1. Understanding Hydrotherapy and Hydromassage

You’ll hear about how your new spa will provide hydrotherapy benefits and the ultimate hydromassage, but what exactly does that mean? Check out our cheat sheet for comprehending these popular terms.

2. How Hydrotherapy Can Help You Beat the Blues

The combination of heat, buoyancy, and massage that you experience in a Jacuzzi truly is hydro “therapy.” Here’s how a Jacuzzi® Hot Tub session can affect your mood in positive ways.

3. Baby Boomers Embrace Hydrotherapy Spa Benefits

A hydrotherapy spa is viewed as a ready means of relaxing, relieving stress, and opening lines of communication, according to 35-65 year old focus group respondents.

4. Stay Loose: Hot Tub Massage and Chronic Lower Back Pain

The research on hydrotherapeutic massage is convincing—hot tub jets may be a good tactic for relieving lower back pain relief. This article explains more.

5. Relaxation and Other Benefits of Hydrotherapy

Hydromassage stimulates muscles, healing and soothing soreness, which also helps to ease pain surrounding joints. Read this post to learn more about the benefits of hydrotherapy and hydromassage.

Be sure to follow our blog for more articles on hydrotherapy and the latest hot tub industry news. You can also stop by your local Jacuzzi dealer to ask questions and wet test floor models.

Easy DIY Projects to Complement Your Hot Tub

Create an at-home spa getaway for a restful staycation, without spending a ton of money at a brand-name store. Making a well-designed space that blends function and form is easier than you think. All you need is a hot tub and some vision.

1. Light and Fragrance
Start off with the easy stuff. Add ambience and fragrance to your soaks by placing candles or lanterns around your hot tub. Stringing lights along a pergola or fence can add charm, while also increasing visibility at night. Plants like citronella grass, lemon balm, rosemary, and lavender will act as natural aromatherapy, and will keep mosquitos away.

2. Privacy
Create separation of space with artful touches, like placing simple wooden fence posts around your tub and hang sheer fabric around the structure, creating the feeling of a personal sanctuary.

3. Seating

Get used dining room chairs from a thrift store (perhaps mismatched), saw off the legs, and attach the remainder of the chair (seat and backing) to a tree stump to create unique, outdoorsy seating.

4. Storage

Cover an aluminum tub with wood and a small tablecloth to provide an eating or drinking surface, with more space to keep pillows and towels. That way, you won’t have to abandon your guests to trek back into the house or search through your linen closet. Decorate and use plastic sand pails as receptacles for everything from silverware to wet bathing suits.

5. Steps and Walkways

Get some bright paint colors and decorate the steps leading to your hot tub. This is also a fun project to do with your kids—each child could paint a different area of the steps. Another idea is to use cut, treated lumber rounds or install large rocks to create natural steps for getting in and out. Practical, efficient solar lights and whimsical glow-in-the-dark paint will illuminate your path after the sun sets without adding to your energy bill.

Visit the Jacuzzi Pinterest page for more DIY ideas, or read this article about “Best Pinterest Ideas for Hot Tub Accessories.”

6 Tips for Buying a Used Hot Tub

While buying a brand-new hot tub is ideal, a well-maintained used model can provide a great alternative that will ease you into ownership. Here are a few things to keep in mind when looking for a used hot tub that will suit your lifestyle.

1. Determine the Size You’ll Need

A cozy 2-3 person hot tub may sound great for date nights or solo soaking, but if you have a larger family or do a lot of backyard entertaining, you might want to consider something more spacious. Surprisingly, more seats may only equate to a one- to two-foot larger footprint.

2. Establish a Budget (And Don’t Break It)
Know what you can spend, so you are better prepared when researching which styles and options you can afford. This will also help you narrow your focus, so you’re not overwhelmed with search results. To get the best value for your budget, you may need to strike a balance between the features you want and the price point you prefer.

3. Thoroughly Test Your Options
Even if the hot tub looks great on first sight, examine it closely for signs of wear and weathering. Make sure the pumps, lights, seals, and thermostat are all functioning. Check for leaks. Ensure that the unit was stored and covered appropriately. Request a service report from the seller and check it for any major issues that will cost you more time and money in the future. Also, be sure to ask if the spa is under warranty and if that warranty is transferrable.

4. Don’t Buy on Impulse
As much as you want to be in the warm, soothing water immediately, make sure you pick the best option for your lifestyle. Test a few models, and be patient as you consider the benefits of each.

5. Prep for Installation

If you’ve never owned a home spa before, planning for the installation is important and can even be fun. Survey your backyard or home to pick out the ideal spot for a hot tub, measuring to make sure it will fit nicely and has a solid foundation. Check your electrical system to ensure it meets the requirements. Learn more in this pre-installation checklist.

6. Keep It Clean

Finally, once you’ve gotten your choice home, clean it thoroughly and replace all filters if necessary. If you don’t already have one, be sure to purchase a spa cover to protect your investment. Then put on some music, fix yourself a drink, and enjoy that first dip in your brand new (used) hot tub.

Visit our website to learn more about Jacuzzi® Hot Tub models and download our free brochure for information that can help you decide on the ideal size, style, and layout for your family.

Hot Tub Model Comparison: 3-Seaters

Even small outdoor spaces can boast huge style with a Jacuzzi® Hot Tub. Perfect for a couple’s night in or just entertaining a couple of friends, our 3-person models have generous seating and features guaranteed to provide a balance of elegance and comfort to your backyard, deck, or patio. Our J-415™ and J-315™ home spas, while similar in size, have distinct features that may make one model more ideal for your home than the other.

J-415™


The J-415™ makes relaxing easy after a long day or a weekend barbecue with exclusive RX Jets and a low profile to increase usability and convenience.

  • Illuminated pillow and adjustable WaterColour® waterfall fuse sights and sounds, bringing an additional sensory facet to your soaks
  • More massage options, including five PowerPro® RX jets with spinning action for your back and FX Jets for your legs and feet, supply full-body pampering and focused, powerful hydromassage
  • Additional premium FX Jets cover your back and shoulders in the upright seats, stimulating small muscle groups and relieving tension and strain
  • 5-Stage filtration process helps the J-415™ achieve the cleanest water in the shortest amount of time
  • Status indicator light makes it easy to verify the status of your hot tub
  • Dimensions: 76”x66”x32”

J-315™


The J-315™, one of our smallest spas, is designed to fit compact spaces while delivering strong hydromassage with PowerPro® Jets.

  • ProAir™ Lounge combines muscle knot-releasing PowerPro® Jets for the upper back, neck and shoulders while the rifling action of PowerPro® Jets target your legs and lower back
  • Pillows position your body to maximize the benefits of hydromassage and a cascading backlit waterfall help to soothe your mood and increase relaxation
  • Illuminated footwells provide the dual benefit of increased visibility and soothing chromatherapy
  • A variety of PowerPro® jets, including eight directional FX jets, deliver the optimal balance of water and air pressure, so you can enjoy targeted massage and full body “rifling” action throughout the tub
  • The Smart Access door allows for easy maintenance
  • The J-315™ also utilizes CLEARRAY® technology with a 4-stage filtration process that achieves the cleanest water faster Dimensions: 76”x66”x32”
  • Seats 2-3 adults

 

Both home spas have customizable style with shell colors such as Platinum, Sand, Opal, and Monaco, so you can create a look that matches your home. Cabinet choices include Brazilian Teak, Roasted Chestnut, and Silverwood to blend with your outdoor décor and landscaping.

Visit our 3-person hot tub page and download our free brochure to learn more about layouts and specifications. When you’re ready, stop by one of our local Jacuzzi® dealers for an in-store wet test, pricing, and financing options.

J-500™ Collection: Get the Newest Technology with the ProLink™ App

The J-500™ Collection provides beautiful aesthetics and the most advanced hydromassage available. It also includes the cutting-edge ProTouch™ Control Panel, which works with the ProLink™ app so you can remotely monitor your hot tub, set reminders, and heat up the water from just about anywhere.

Remote Hot Tub Monitoring

The J-500™ Collection is the total package: beauty and brains! Along with its stunning design, unrivaled hydromassage, new wrist jets, and an upgraded therapy seat, J-500™ Hot Tubs boast the latest technology.

These hot tub models are the first in the industry to integrate a full-color glass touchscreen interface and the ProTouch™ Control Panel, which utilizes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with the brand-new ProLink Remote Monitoring System app.

The ProLink™ app is currently available—free for the first year—on both iOS and Android systems. After downloading the app on your smart device, simply connect your hot tub to your home Wi-Fi, create an account, and log in.

The most important feature of this app is that it keeps an eye on your hot tub, so you can manage your hot tub easily and worry less. Quickly and efficiently, the app takes the guesswork out of maintenance and provides updates you need to care for your hot tub.

Automated Maintenance Notifications

The ProLink™ app conveniently displays maintenance notifications, such as shorted flow switches or freeze conditions, so you can quickly tend to concerns and help your hot tub run newer, longer. It also features timers and controls, which show the number of days remaining until basic maintenance is required.

Ultimate Control and Convenience

From the app, you can adjust your spa’s temperature, so your hot tub will always be ready when you need it. You can even set a time for your primary filtration cycles to start and end, or use the “Away” option to set your spa to vacation mode.

Wouldn’t you love to unwind in your perfectly heated spa as soon as you get home from work? You can do that too, with the Jacuzzi® Brand ProLink™ app. It lets you control individual jets and lights to create the perfect spa ambiance. The ProLink™ Remote Monitoring System takes the guesswork out of hot tub maintenance, so you can focus on the fun.

The Newest Technology

The J-500™ Collection brings unique design and new technology to the industry. The ProTouch™ Control Panel is at the front line of hot tub innovation, providing control over temperature, lighting, hydromassage, and even music on a convenient, glass waterproof touch display. The ProLink™ Remote Monitoring System enhances the control panel even further, allowing you sit back and let the app take care of all the details. See your authorized Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs dealer for more on the latest hot tub products.

Hot Tub Maintenance 102: Protecting the Exterior

We recently discussed just how easy it can be to maintain your hot tub inside and out. In this post, we’ll continue the conversation about hot tub maintenance, but focusing just on tips for the exterior.

The outside of your hot tub is exposed to the elements year round and can be damaged by UV rays, built-up debris, and falling objects, but you can keep your spa looking good as new with these tactics:

Hot Tub Covers

Purchasing a first-rate hot tub cover is one of the best investments you can make to extend the life of your hot tub and reduce costly hot tub repairs. Covers provide protection not only for the inside of the hot tub, but also the top and edges, keeping them from being exposed to extreme weather conditions and sunlight.

Properly fitting hot tub covers, such as those found in our dealerships, are designed specifically for your hot tub to perfectly fit your hot tub’s every curve. The more snug your cover fits, the better it will be protected from the elements.
 

Vinyl Covers

If you’re using a vinyl hot tub cover, it’s important to clean it monthly to expand the lifespan of not only the cover, but your hot tub, too.

  1. Begin by hosing down the cover to remove any dirt and debris.
  2. Next, wipe down the outside with a soft cloth or sponge and a high-quality cleaner made specifically for hot tub covers.
  • Alternatively, you can also use a mixture of lukewarm water and mild soap.
  • Never use household products, and avoid scrubbers like steel wool.

Keep in mind that cleaning chemicals can add contaminants to the water and cause problems, and rough materials can scratch or even tear the hot tub cover.

If the underside of the cover needs cleaning:

  1. Spray it with a hose and wipe with a new cloth or sponge.
  2. Be sure to rid the cover of any soap, and then let it air dry.
  3. Once the cover dries, apply your vinyl protector as directed on the packaging.

Fabric Covers

When it comes to fabric covers, one of the best ways to keep them in prime condition is by addressing stains as soon as possible.

  1. Brush away dirt and wipe up spills to prevent them from settling into the cover.
  2. If a stain does make a mark, use a soft nylon brush, dishwasher detergent or a gentle laundry detergent such as ones used for babies and warm water to gently spot clean. Rinse out the detergent and let the area air dry.

Use the same technique to clean the underside of your fabric hot tub cover as you would a vinyl cover.

For stubborn stains, use a fabric stain remover, but consult the hot tub cover packaging for additional instructions. Always rinse off any cleaning products and allow your cover to dry on its own.

Exterior Cabinetry and Shell

The exterior sides of the hot tub, also known as the synthetic cabinet or skirt, are made from sturdy, UV-resistant material that shouldn’t require much cleaning. If it does look like it needs a pick me up:

  1. Spray down the exterior with a hose and nozzle attachment.
  2. Or, wipe it down with a cloth and a mild detergent soap solution.

Similarly, the Jacuzzi® Hot Tub shell is acrylic and nonporous and only needs an occasional swipe of a damp cloth and gentle soap. Do not use abrasive cleaners on the shell, and always ensure all the soap suds are wiped away before refilling the tub.

You could also consider using the Jacuzzi® Spa All-Purpose Cleaner, which is suitable for both the shell and skirt. Simply spray on the solution, wipe down the surfaces with a damp cloth, and rinse. If you need a more aggressive cleaner, contact your Jacuzzi Hot Tubs dealer.

Conclusion

With a little love and attention, your hot tub will not only sparkle on the outside, but will be well-equipped to protect the inside as well. Remember, proper hot tub care is important for both the interior and exterior.

Spruce Up Your Backyard with Summer Annuals

Summer often brings to mind events like graduations, long weekends, pool parties, and barbecues. Chances are, you’re using your backyard (and hot tub) quite a bit during the sunny season—and so are your friends and family. Impress your guests by creating a floral paradise surrounding your hot tub that will come to life in the summer months.

Sweet Alyssum


This is a great groundcover annual for cooler climates. Sweet alyssum prefers partial shade and is a prolific bloomer all through summer with highly scented, small white, pink, or blue flowers. These delicate flowers will add a splash of color to your yard, giving your hot tub a bright backdrop.

Angelonia

Add some natural aromatherapy to your hot tub session with the sweet snapdragon’s aroma. It comes in a variety of colors and grows up to three feet tall, making it a good choice to add height and dimension to your backyard designs. Naturally occurring in arid and semi-arid climates, this plant needs large amounts of sunlight and is perfect for the Southwestern region. 

Ornamental Peppers (Capsicum)


These are a fun, colorful addition to the area around your hot tub—and a conversation piece! Grown throughout the United States, ornamental peppers can be used to add a tropical feel to nontropical climates. They do have “edible” fruit, but beware—most people don’t find them enjoyable. Instead of picking them, simply let them brighten up the flower beds around your hot tub. 

Heliotrope

This another plant that can add a tropical feel to your backyard paradise, in appearance as well as with its wonderful, unique scent. Plant this tall, low-maintenance annual in clusters that will be reached by full sun and get ready to inhale sweet summertime as you soak in your spa. 

Bidens and Calibrachoa


These work well in window boxes and hanging baskets. Bidens have happy yellow blooms that will creep nicely over a planter or across a patio. Calibrachoa flowers prolifically, providing a cascade of bright color. 

Coleus

Coleus comes in an amazing variety of colors, sizes, and leaf shapes, and is very easy to grow (for those who may not have the greenest thumb). It also prefers shade, providing an unexpected pop of color in the darker regions of your backyard, or perhaps under a gazebo that also covers your hot tub. 

Gerbera daisies

These daisies really speak for themselves. Who doesn’t love their big bright blooms? Stunning, yet easy-to-grow, these daisies are great for potting in large containers to provide colorful accents throughout the yard. Gerbera daisies are also an excellent drought-resistant option for those in dry climates.

Any of the above plants could be perennials in warm climates (zone 9 or higher). In cooler regions, plants such as bananas, mandevilla, hibiscus, and bougainvillea can be grown in the summer as annuals to add a lush, tropical flair to your backyard space around your spa.

See our post on “Most Attractive Types of Greenery to Surround Your Hot Tub” for more backyard ideas. With our tips, you’ll have fun and success creating an attractive backdrop for all of the summer memories you’ll have in your spa.

Relaxation and Other Benefits of Hydrotherapy

The “Secret” of Many Healthy, Happy People

Why do some of the busiest people begin each day seemingly refreshed and with a “bubbly” attitude? How do active people stay on the go even when they have minor aches and pains? Could it be that these people have discovered the benefits of hot tub hydromassage?

Warm water, or “hydro” therapy can promote relaxation, pain relief and improved sleep habits as the heat, buoyancy and massage work together to clear your mind, reduce stress and soothe overworked muscles. Heat improves circulation and warms muscles and joints. Buoyancy lifts the pressure of weight from joints and muscles. Hydromassage stimulates muscles, healing and soothing soreness, which also helps to ease pain surrounding joints. Read on to learn more about the benefits of hydrotherapy.

Relaxation
People have always been naturally drawn to water as a source of comfort—the soothing sounds of a bubbling brook, the relaxing steam of a natural hot spring. Water therapy in a Jacuzzi® Hot Tub combines all the best calming features of water: opening the blood vessels to improve circulation, relaxing the muscles and providing an escape from the pressures of daily life.

Post-workout soreness


Exercise is important for health and well-being, but no one wants the sore, overworked muscles that sometimes come along with it. Hydromassage gently warms and stimulates the muscles and joints, expediting recovery to the benefit of those with injuries and muscle pain.

Targeted pain relief
Hydromassage has many pain-relieving benefits. It reduces pain levels in those with arthritis by opening the blood vessels and increasing range of movement, and reduces muscle tension and overall discomfort resulting from fibromyalgia. And for those who suffer from lower-back pain, a 2012 article in the Journal of Musculoskeletal Research found that hydrotherapy provides more potential benefits when compared to land-based exercises.

Improved sleep habits


With all these amazing hot tub benefits, you won’t be surprised to learn that a Jacuzzi® Hot Tub can also help you sleep! The National Institutes of Health estimates that 30 percent of Americans suffer from sleep disruption. All the benefits of immersing yourself in warm water—tension relief, improved circulation and more—also help create healthy sleep habits, according to the Better Sleep Council. Raising your internal temperature by soaking in a hot tub two hours before bedtime, and then having your body naturally return to normal temperature after you exit your spa, creates a gentle transition that improves sleep.

Whether you’re juggling work and family, recovering from a joint or muscle injury or simply need to unwind from the day’s stresses, hot tub therapy provides relaxation, healing effects and nourishing rejuvenation. In addition, a hot tub is a natural place to get together with family and friends, so you could say that better communication and having fun socializing are also benefits of hydrotherapy.

Learn more about hydrotherapy and hydromassage in another short blog article!

Have You Replaced Your CLEARRAY® Bulb?

Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs are easy to take care of, including all the small parts you may not think of on a weekly basis. Water maintenance, in particular the CLEARRAY® System, is a perfect example. Here’s what you need to know about this water care system and how to keep it operating at peak performance:

What is CLEARRAY®?

The CLEARRAY® System uses exclusive UV-C technology to neutralize 99.9% of waterborne pathogens and reduces the amount of sanitizer you use in your hot tub. Your water will be fresh and clean, without the uses of gasses.

CLEARRAY®

Which Hot Tubs Models Include CLEARRAY®?

The CLEARRAY® System has been standard on all Jacuzzi® Hot Tub models since 2012, but can be retrofitted to 2006 models. You can easily add this to your older model with a CLEARRAY® aftermarket kit.

How Often Should the Bulb Be Replaced?

The bulb, the most important part of the CLEARRAY® System, lasts quite a bit longer than you’d think. Engineered for efficiency, this small tube just needs to be changed every 12 months to maintain optimal performance. (Remember not to touch the bulbs with your bare hands when swapping them out).

You can purchase the bulb at your local dealership, or online here.

What Else Can I Do to Keep Water Clear?

If you really want to crystalline, odor-free, and silky smooth water, use the ProClear®Spa Sanitizer in tandem with the CLEARRAY® System. Using trace elements of silver, it kills more bacteria than chlorine alone and “softens” your water.

To learn more, check out this video on water maintenance.

Understanding Hot Tub Chemicals

You’ve created an inviting backyard hot tub oasis with a masterfully designed stone patio, surrounded by lush and tropical plants. But the ambiance you worked so hard to create can be ruined with cloudy water. Don’t let spa maintenance keep you out of the warm waters. Follow our guide to hot tub chemicals to spend more time in your backyard paradise, and less time on water care:
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Stay Loose: Hot Tub Massage and Chronic Lower Back Pain

How Hydrotherapy Can Help

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According to survey results released in 2012 by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)1, nearly two-thirds of Americans experience lower back pain at some point in their lives. Anyone who owns a Jacuzzi® Hot Tub knows that the warm-water massage feels incredibly soothing on tender or tense back muscles, but does a hot tub help manage chronic back pain?

Here are some comments from our customers:

“Oh yes it does!!! Powerful jets massage my whole back, the heat soothes sore muscles. Our Jacuzzi® Hot Tub is wonderful.”

“New Jacuzzi® Hot Tub owners and bought it because of my chronic back problems…it has helped.”

“It’s a blessing, with or without back troubles. Great to de-stress, relax, & unwind.”

Hydrotherapy revs up circulation to soothe muscles and relieve pain symptoms faster, making it an effective way to gain control over lower back pain. It also promotes spine flexibility to help with stiffness of the spine, which is often identified as a cause of lower back pain.

The research on hydrotherapeutic massage is convincing—hot tub jets may be a good tactic for relieving lower back pain relief:

  • A study comparing hydrotherapy and land-based exercise for lower back pain stated that both are helpful, but “hydrotherapy seems to be better for spinal flexibility.” The Journal of Musculoskeletal Research, Vol. 13, Issue 04, Dec. 2010.
  • Applied heat expands blood vessels, improves circulation, helps to relax muscles, and reduces pain, according to a book about complementary and alternative cancer therapies by the American Cancer Society.2 “Warm water in the form of a bath, massaging water jets, or hot tub also provides relaxation and stress relief,” it says. “An analysis of studies done on hydrotherapy for lower back pain suggested that it might be helpful, although further studies are needed.”
  • Other sources have also concluded that while more research is needed, “hydrotherapy currently remains an attractive treatment modality for low back pain to improve aerobic conditioning and initiate spinal stabilizing efforts.”3

Seventy-two percent of those surveyed in the APTA study used pain medication to relieve their symptoms1, but the APTA recommends that sufferers learn natural strategies for preventing and relieving chronic back pain. Hydrotherapy encourages the body to use its own responses to handle back pain. With a Jacuzzi® Hot Tub in your backyard, you can relieve chronic pain with regular hydromassage sessions and feel better naturally.

1American Physical Therapy Association™

2American Cancer Society Complete Guide to Complementary & Alternative Cancer Therapies

3Scoliosisnutty Blog

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