Hydrotherapy Benefits

Hydrotherapy is defined as massaging in hot water. Through out the years a good massage in warm water has added many comfort and health benefits to spa users. As body temperature rises, our blood vessels dilate and allow increased blood circulation at a lower heart rate. The buoyant effect of warm water reduces body weight by approximately 90% relieving pressure on joints and muscles. The combination of these effects increase fluid flow to remove inflammatory particles from the decompressed joints, thereby reducing pain and stiffness.

Hydrotherapy in hot water can soothe sore muscles and joints, rehabilitate injured limbs, promote relaxation, reduce stress, and stimulate the immune system. In a normal spa, the bather can enjoy soaking in warm water as well as the use of jet streams to massage the body. At Regal Spas we went far beyond the norm, we have added patented, mechanical and water driven massagers to simulate the rubbing fingers of a professional masseuse. The spa bather can only experience this feeling in a Regal Spa.

At Regal Spas we believe that we have achieved the best and the most economic hydrotherapy system known to spa bathers.

  1. Reduction in Blood Sugar*
  2. Studies indicate a 13% reduction in blood sugars when using a hot tub for 30 minutes a day.

  3. Fall into a Deep and Restful Sleep
  4. A good massage in warm water (103°F) raises the body temperature, eases muscle and joint pain and makes it easier to drift into a full night deep sleep.

  5. Throughout the years, hydrotherapy in spas has been proven beneficial for people with arthritis
  6. A hot tub provides warmth, massage and buoyancy relax and exercise joints and muscles. Relaxed muscles provide comfort making it easier to exercise and simply get through the day.

Who benefits from Hydrotherapy?
Anyone! A good massage in hot water relaxes the body and mind. Just 15 minutes in a Regal Spas hot tub at night before bedtime will help ease you into a deep, rejuvaniting sleep.

“Home spas can be a valuable modality of treatment for many forms of arthritis.” - Dr. John Klippel, M.D., National Director of the Arthritis Foundation.