Brea Aquatic Therapy & Physical Therapy
Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy is Brea’s Top Destination for Aquatic Physical Therapy
Are you recovering from an injury, surgery, or chronic pain condition?
Are you ready to regain the strength, energy, flexibility and range of motion that you’ve been missing?
Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy can help.
We are Orange County’s #1 source for aquatic physical therapy because of our indoor, 92-degree saltwater pool.
With the help of our dedicated and caring Physical Therapists, you can start your recovery in a comfortable and weightless environment that will minimize strain and maximize healing.
Patients who choose aquatic therapy before traditional, land-based physical therapy often report speedier recoveries and less pain. The pool’s warm water relaxes muscles and promotes circulation, increasing blood flow to areas of the body that need to heal.
What are Clients Saying About Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy?
Mary Poppins could learn about having a positive attitude from the staff at Southern California Aquatic. This is my second pass through their service. The first time was due to an Achilles tendon tear and the second was due to an ankle injury.
The staff always has a positive, encouraging attitude, and they customize your treatment as necessary to promote your healing. My ankle injury made me unstable while standing and using the pool allowed me to push without any fear of getting injured when I fell over. In addition, the increased resistance from the water sped up my healing. I’m currently working outside of the pool and receiving cross-fit exercises customized to my condition.
The friendly staff works closely together providing a safe, welcoming environment promoting healing, and addressing your current condition and functional needs. This is my physical therapy provider of choice.
— Jack R., Huntington Beach, CA
Founder and owner of Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy Julie Bergmann, PT, OCS, has a story that is much like her patients’. Julie learned of aquatic physical therapy’s benefits through her own rehabilitation needs.
Years ago, Julie suffered a hand and elbow injury that required multiple surgeries and caused excruciating pain. Traditional physical therapy was too difficult, but Julie found that exercises in her home pool were much easier and eventually led to a full recovery.
Ten years after opening Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy in 1995, Julie was diagnosed with tarsal tunnel syndrome, which caused severe foot pain. Again, multiple surgeries were necessary to correct the problem, and again, Julie was able to use aquatic therapy to recover.
Julie still believes that aquatic physical therapy was crucial in her rehabilitation, and that it helped her regain the ability to take part in everyday activities. “It helped my mind and body to heal,” Julie says.