Discover the Healing Power of Hydrotherapy: Your Path to Pain Relief & Recovery

If you’re struggling with pain, stiffness, or an injury, hydrotherapy could be a game-changer in your recovery journey. This unique form of therapy uses the soothing power of warm water to reduce pain, improve mobility, and enhance your overall well-being.

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How Does Hydrotherapy Work?

  • Buoyancy: The warm water supports your body weight, reducing stress on joints and allowing for greater freedom of movement. This makes it easier to exercise with less pain.
  • Warmth: The warmth of the water relaxes muscles, improves blood flow, and reduces inflammation.
  • Resistance: The water provides gentle resistance, helping to build strength and improve muscle function.

Who Can Benefit from Hydrotherapy?

Hydrotherapy is a fantastic option for a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Arthritis
  • Back and neck pain
  • Sports injuries
  • Post-surgery recovery
  • Neurological conditions
  • Fibromyalgia

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Not Every Clinic Offers Hydrotherapy – But We Do!

At White Pine Health, we’re proud to offer state-of-the-art hydrotherapy facilities. Our experienced therapists will work with you to develop a personalized hydrotherapy plan that complements your overall treatment goals.

Beyond Hydrotherapy

While hydrotherapy is our focus for today’s blog post, White Pine Health offers a full suite of services to help you achieve your best health. This includes Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, Dry Needling, Custom Braces, Custom Orthotics, and Pre-Natal & Post-Natal Physiotherapy.

With two convenient locations in Brampton and Woodbridge, we’re here to help you thrive!


Tahmineh (Tammy) Kamza

Physiotherapist Dry Needling Provider Hydrotherapist   Tammy graduated from the University of Toronto with an “Honors in Science” and obtained her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in the United States. Her thesis, ‘Effects Of Exercise In Falls Prevention In Community-Dwelling Older Adults’ took almost 2 years to complete. She finished her manual therapy designations from trained professionals of St. Augustine University in Florida. Finally, got her Dry Needling certification from the prestigious organization Kinetacore, a leading post-graduate program in North America. Aside from manual therapy and dry needling, she is well versed in hydrotherapy, taping and corrective exercise. She is a true believer in active therapy, thus her treatment goals always include an emphasis on physical activity with aim of improving client’s functional abilities.

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