Hydrotherapy is a now a common reason to buy a hot tub , the jets and warmth of water help the body to relieve pain and aches and help relaxation of muscles.
Hyrotherapy dates back to the 5th century in Greece and there are also early records of its use by the ancient romans and eygptians. It has of course evolved over the centurys and has become the work of many scientists, physicians and doctors.
The first records of heated water for hydrotherapy in the uk was in the 1800's and was introduced by a politicain of the name David Urquhart, who learned of the technique whilst in Turkey. Turkish baths became very popular and it is from these roots where we see the modern day ideas and technology.
Another prominant figure in the evolution of hydrotherapy was businessman John Smedley who studied and then grew the ideas to create a spa town in Matlock. The same person is still famous due to his designer clothing stores throughout the world
In the modern era , hydrotherapy is reknowned more for its ability to aid symptons such as arthristis, rheumatism, sciatica, aching joints, back pain, fatique, insomnia, circulation, stress, muscular pain, stiffness, cramps and tension. These symptons are becoming increasingly common within modern day society so contuining the prominance of hydrotherapy from ancient to current and future civalisation
Last year we wrote a news article about a very brave and special young man Christian Rogers and the benefits he was receiving from hydrotherapy courtesy of the Emperor hot tub ordered by parents Paul & Yvette. Since the article
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