Our Company


Aqua Care for Me creates individually specialized Aquatic Therapy and Fitness programs for people of ALL ages using the properties of water to achieve therapeutic results.

Aquatic Therapy is the safest form of rehabilitation. The water offers buoyant support for the body, resistance to bodily movement, a natural reduction in pain in a relaxing environment. When patients get in the water they have the support of the water for flotation and thus don’t have the fear that they are going to fall which ultimately makes them feel safe!

Aquatic Therapy and Fitness programs offer patients the quickest way to return to normal daily activities. After injury, patients are able to re-learn “functional” skills of daily life then translate those skills back to land where gravity is reintroduced. Some of the many commonly treated conditions are:

  • Chronic pain
  • Decreased range of motion
  • Prenatal and postnatal symptoms
  • Fibromyalgia
  • SLE (Lupus)
  • Arthritis (DJD and RA)
  • Neurological conditions
  • Multiple Sclerolis (MS)
  • Muscle sprains/strains
  • Hip, knee, back or shoulder injuries
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Herniated discs
  • Pre & post op joint replacement

The specialists at Aqua Care for Me include a Aquatic Therapist, WABA Certified Watsu Practitioner, CA Licensed Massage Therapist, Chiropractor and Aquatic-Fitness Instructors highly specialized and trained in aquatic rehabiliation, massage and aquatic fitness training. We are all passionate for fitness and helping others improve peak performance and overall well-being. Our personalized aquatic fitness training emphasizes cardiovascular exercise, core stability, balance training and recovery from injuries, arthritis, surgeries, or pain. Its also an excellent activity to manage weight or assist with weight reduction, since all the major muscle groups and cardiovascular system can be challenged in one refreshing, low-to-no-impact workout.

What makes us different than other clinics is that we are IN THE WATER at all times treating each patient individually, utilizing manual techniques that are often used out of the water. We use specialized exercise protocols in the water, supervising and guiding each patient for their individual medical conditions.