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Physical Therapy Clinic
What We Do: Aquatic Therapy and Land Physical Therapy
Why We Are Different: Indoor Therapy Pool & Fitness Center
Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy, established in 1993, is the first physical therapist-owned Aquatic & Land Physical Therapy facility in Orange County. Our wide range of Physical Therapy services include a bridge between Water to Land Physical Therapy. Our friendly staff treat patients, ranging from seniors to young athletes, in a warm, caring environment.
From your very first visit, you will be greeted with a friendly smile in a welcoming atmosphere. We treat all our patients with the utmost respect and compassion. Our highly-trained physical therapists will tailor a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan for you.
You will receive one-on-one personal attention with the same physical therapist every treatment session to ensure the consistency of your care. You and your physical therapist will work closely together as a team to safeguard your timely and successful rehabilitation.
We will listen to you and your persoanl goals concerning your treatment. This philosophy enables us to provide you with the best rehabilitation available for your condition, and get you back to your daily routine as quickly as possible.
Our state-of-the-art warm indoor therapy pool (92 degrees) is uniquely designed to treat patients requiring aquatic physical therapy. The depths from 3½ to 6½ feet allow for more rehabilitation options. Water’s natural buoyancy can be effectively used for treating certain injuries, post-operative care, and painful conditions. We are also able to treat all of our patients with traditional physical therapy as well. We are one of a handful of physical therapy clinics in Orange County to be Kinesio Taping Certified. This form of therapeutic taping is often used to treat Olympic and professional athletes. We believe strongly in educating our patients about their problem.
We are constantly developing contacts with other medical health professionals to provide the best care possible and to improve our services.
"The Bridge" water and land physical therapy