"Integrated Therapy's therapists have helped many of my patients over the years. Aquatic physical therapy is an extremely valuable treatment modality for many of the patients I see with acute and chronic pain conditions. My patients and I are grateful for the work you do."

Dr. John Moss

Northside Pain Clinic

Atlanta, GA








































































































































About Aquatic Physical Therapy

Why Water?

Aquatic Physical Therapy combines the benefit of exercise with buoyancy and resistance of warm water to create a controlled, productive environment for rehabilitation. With a skilled clinical team and a state of the industry aquatic therapy program, both swimmers and non-swimmers of all ages and abilities can benefit from the healing effects of aquatic physical therapy. These benefits include: allowing the body to move more freely and easier than on land; decreasing joint compression forces; helping to diminish joint swelling by evening hydrostatic pressure.


What's most important?

For most physicians, compliance is foremost; knowing that your patient will follow through, complete the prescribed regime, and return to you in a better place than where he or she started.


For clients, we feel it's learning techniques to decrease pain, gaining strength, and being able to return to doing the things that they enjoy.


The staff at Integrated Therapy understands the needs that both physicians and patients have. Our commitment is to combine professional skills with compassion, understanding that each patient needs individualized care from a provider who is a concerned member of his or her treatment team.


Our Patients Include:

• Pre and Post-Surgical Orthopaedic, including hip, knee, back, shoulder, and neck

• Chronic Pain

• Muscle and Joint Pain

• Fibromyalgia

• Parkinson's Disease

• Arthritis

• Rheumatoid Arthritis

• Multiple Sclerosis

• Pregnancy

• Obesity

• Sports Related Injuries

• Soft Tissue Injuries

• Weakness or Loss of Range of Motion

• Neurological Disorders

• Pediatrics

• and More!