Hydrotherapy Narellan

Hydrotherapy is a water based exercise conducted in a heated pool for the treatment of various injuries, medical conditions and post surgery. Patients participate in specifically designed water based exercises. The hydrotherapy exercise program incorporates muscle conditioning, flexibility, mobility and cardiovascular exercises. Functional, postural and core stability exercises are also incorporated in all hydrotherapy programs. The exercises are designed to enhance ability to perform activities of daily living, increase in independence and speed up the return to work and/or sport.

MONDAY

  • 8.40am 1 hour group session.
  • 9.40am 1 hour group session.
  • 10.40am 1 hour group session.

WEDNESDAY

  • 8.40am 1 hour group session.
  • 9.40pm 1hour group session
  • 10.40am 1 hour group session.

FRIDAY

  • 8.40am 1hour group session.
  • 9.40am 1 hour group session.
  • 10.40am 1 hour group session.

Additional Hydrotherapy sessions may be added if patient numbers increase.

ALL PATIENTS MUST BE BOOKED IN BEFORE ATTENDING HYDROTHERAPY. CONTACT SOUTH WEST PHYSIOTHERAPY ON (02) 4626 5554 TO MAKE ALL YOUR APPOINTMENTS. All patients must sign in at reception before starting hydrotherapy

Private Patient Pricing

  • All new patients must have an Initial Hydrotherapy Assessment before starting Hydrotherapy. New patients can start with individual sessions or can go straight into a group depending on the severity of the injury or medical condition.  
  • Hydrotherapy Initial Assessments take 40 minutes and cost $80.00 for private patients.
  • Group sessions $20.00 per session for the first 5 sessions.
  • Pool pass is $60 per month or $180.00 for 3 months.
  • The pool pass allows patients to attend up to 3 times per week and perform the exercises by themselves without an instructor teaching.

Hydrotherapy Infomation and Rules

  • Please note: No one is allowed in the pool unless there is a qualified Hydrotherapist in the pool to supervise everyone. The times you can access the pool with a pool pass are listed in the timetable.
  • Please inform the Hydrotherapist if you are not feeling well or have a new injury or medical condition.
  • Do not enter the pool if you have vomiting or diarrhoea or an open wound or cut to prevent infection and contamination.
  • Warm showers are 20 cents for 2 minutes.
  • Pool entry via stairs, ladder and electric chair lift.
  • All patients and carers must have completed a hydrotherapy questionnaire before attending hydrotherapy for the first time. This is usually completed at the time of the initial assessment.

Workcover Patients

Before starting Hydrotherapy, you must have a doctor’s referral and written approval from your insurance company. No verbal approvals allowed. Patients must have an Initial Hydrotherapy Assessment before starting Hydrotherapy. All patients must sign in at reception before starting hydrotherapy.