Applications every September – Limited availability
   The beneficial effect of water is well known from Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine. Centuries ago Hippocrates used hot and cold water immersion to treat various conditions such as muscle spasms, paralysis, rheumatism and arthropathy. Today water is used as a means of restoration in various hydropathic techniques such as physiotherapy in therapeutic pools.
Aquatic Rehabilitation is suitable for the following conditions:
·      Paraplegia, quadriplegia
·      Traumatic Brain Injury
·      Sports Injuries
·      Strokes
·      Cerebral Palsy
·      Orthopedic and Rheumatic Ailments
·      Post-operative Rehabilitation
·      Cardiorespiratory diseases
·      Gynecological conditions
   It is the safest road to the patients’ rehabilitation. Additionally, therapists have found that patients who use aquatic therapy feel much better and more confident about themselves. Water enables the patients to fulfill their goals and see great results. The serenity of water ensures a pleasant cooperation between patients and therapists, which is the key to a successful rehabilitation.
Head of the Program – Evangelia Makri, BSc, MSc