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What to Expect

What to Expect

Here’s what you can expect to experience with Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy:

World Class Service

Every one of our clients can expect celebrity treatment here at Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy. We pride ourselves on making our clients comfortable from the moment they set foot in our facility.

We understand that many of our clients are initially shy about starting aquatic therapy. We will do our very best to put you at ease and make you feel comfortable with us. We trust in the power of aquatic therapy, and we hope you’ll trust in us.


You can expect to work with the same therapist throughout your rehabilitation program with Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy. This allows you to reach a level of comfort with your therapist that would be difficult to attain with multiple therapists; and it ensures you will receive better, more comprehensive care from a therapist who knows you, your body, your strengths and weaknesses, and your goals.


At Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy, we take an educational approach with all our clients. That means in addition to crafting a treatment program specifically tailored to each client’s individual needs and goals, we take the time to show them the “whys” and “hows” of each facet of their therapy.

We also show our clients what activities are damaging and what are not damaging, teaching them to listen to their bodies and differentiate between healthy and unhealthy pain, and how to maximize their chances of recovery in everyday life.

Your First Visit

Please come 15 minutes early to get ready for your session.

Bring your insurance card, a current prescription for therapy from your doctor (if applicable), and any diagnostic test results or other pertinent information you have.

You won’t get in the pool on your very first visit; rather, we will create your customized water/land program based on a thorough analysis of your specific condition, needs, and goals. On subsequent visits, however, be sure to bring your bathing suit (for aquatic therapy) or wear loose, comfortable clothing (for physical therapy). We recommend a tank top and shorts.

And…we’ll do the rest!

Any questions? Give us a call – we look forward to hearing from you!


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