Yorba Linda Aquatic Therapy
Orange County’s #1 Choice for Aquatic Physical Therapy
Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy offers Yorba Linda physical therapy patients access to our indoor saltwater pool designed specifically for aquatic physical therapy.
What are Patients Saying About So Cal Aquatic?
The staff at Southern California Aquatic Therapy has helped prepare me for two recent surgeries and assisted in my rehabilitation and healing. They have helped me to have a better quality of life than I was accustomed to before working with them.
Throughout out my time with them, I have enjoyed excellent massages, reduced nerve damage at surgical incisions with cold laser treatments, and received aquatic therapy to support my body while performing increasingly more demanding exercises.
The staff have all been wonderful, and I considered them friends working to help me (and all of their clients) to engage in exercise that challenge and strengthen areas of our bodies that haven’t been working as effectively as they might. The staff has improved my life through the ability to move better.
— Gloria L.
After a recent foot surgery, I went to Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy for PT and aquatic therapy. I experienced complete success. I continue to go for knee discomfort and, again, good results.
The PTs provide exceptional care for each patient’s personal needs. The pool therapy was amazing. I would highly recommend Southern California Aquatic & Physical Therapy for physical therapy and would be happy to refer Southern California Aquatic & Physical Therapy to friends and relatives.
— Lorraine C.
Julie Bergmann, PT, OCS, is the founder and owner of Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy.
She’s also a former patient.
Before opening her own facility in Huntington Beach, Julie suffered a hand and elbow injury that required multiple surgeries. Recovery was terribly painful until Julie realized that exercising in her home pool allowed her to regain function the function that traditional physical therapy had failed to provide.
Years later, doctors discovered tarsal tunnel syndrome in Julie’s foot while she was training for a triathalon. Again, multiple surgeries were necessary, and again, Julie was able to turn to aquatic therapy to regain strength, flexibility, and range of motion. Five years after her initial diagnosis, Julie was able to compete in the Pacific Coast Triathlon.
Click the image to the right for more of Julie’s Story.
What is aquatic therapy?
Aquatic therapy helps patients who need to recover from a surgery, injury, or chronic pain condition, but lack the ability to start with traditional, land-based exercises.
By starting the rehabilitation process in our 92-degree saltwater pool, patients can regain strength, flexibility and range of motion in a weightless, low-impact environment.
Aquatic therapy can help with the following conditions:
- Back and/or neck injuries
- Car accidents
- Cardiac patients in need of reconditioning
- Chronic pain conditions, including:
- rheumatoid arthritis and more
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) or RSD
- Foot/ankle injuries or surgery
- Joint conditions related to obesity
- Peripheral neuropathy
- Peripheral nerve injuries
- Post-operative rehabilitation
- Post-surgical peripheral nerve rehabilitation
- Shoulder/hip/knee injuries or surgery
- Spine surgery
- Sports injuries requiring quick rehabilitation
- Total joint replacements
- Work injuries