By Monica Lepore
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6). Therapeutic water exercises are aquatic movements that are specially prescribed for a particular individual. Therapeutic water exercise protocols should be authorized by a physician and conducted by a physical therapist, athletic trainer, or kinesiotherapist who has aquatics training. Aquatics programs using the medical model, such as hydrotherapy and adapted and therapeutic water exercise, may be categorized under the broad category of aquatic therapy (see also chapter 2). Aquatic therapy is “the process of working with patients to actively or passively rehabilitate musculoskeletal, neurological, and/or cardiopulmonary conditions using water and a pool as the primary therapeutic medium” (Vargas, 2004, p.
Additional settings in which the medicaltherapeutic model of aquatics occurs include rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, intermediate- and long-term care facilities, health and wellness facilities, and sports medicine centers (also see chapter 10). Providers Aquatic therapy, operating within the medicaltherapeutic model, is reaching the masses through aquatic therapists. A question often asked is, who are aquatic therapists? They are specialists in aquatics, movement, and chronic and acute disabilities and diseases.
Recognizing that the unidisciplinary model had failed and that the multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary models were not doing enough in providing aquatics for individuals with disabilities, Dulcy conceptualized using a collaborative model for aquatics. 5, Dulcy (1983a) demonstrated that the unidisciplinary model has limited benefits. The division of aquatics programming into therapeutic, recreational, and educational approaches does not sufficiently meet the needs of participants and may cause a cycle of problems.
Adapted aquatics programming : a professional guide by Monica Lepore