Aquatic Therapy

Therapy Central-Elsa is the first And only out-patient clinic In the Delta area with aquatic Therapy. We are now ready and able to help assist you in the care of your patients. Our pool is equipped With an underwater treadmill, Resistance and Massage jets, And an underwater video Documentation system that allows us To better see how your patient Is performing in the water.

What is Aquatic Therapy?

Therapists use the water and specifically designed activities to enhance, restore, and maintain a person's functional abilities.

What are the benefits of Aquatic Therapy?

  • Improved muscle strength and tone
  • Increased cardiovascular function
  • Reduced stress
  • Decreased swelling
  • Increased circulation
  • Increased strength and endurance
  • Increased range of motion and flexibility
  • Increased balance and coordination

What is Aquatic Therapy Used For?

  • Arthritis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Post-Surgical Rehab
  • Hip Replacements
  • Knee Replacements
  • Low Back Pain
  • Cervical Pain
  • Obesity
  • And many others

The special components of our pool, include the following:

  • Underwater Treadmill
  • Resistance Jets
  • Massage Jets
  • Multiple Water Depth
  • Individualized Workouts
  • Under-water Video Monitoring System

Therapy Central Locations

  • 5309 N. McColl
    McAllen, Tx 78504
    Ph: (956)664-1819
    Fax: (956)994-8299
  • 301 S. Broadway
    Elsa, Tx 78543
    Ph: (956)262-7810
    Fax: (956)262-7816
Aquatic Therapy

Therapy Central

Aquatic Pool

Our Services

  • Speech Therapy Focus on Language, Articulation, Social Communication, Difficulty Swallowing with Foods/Liquids, and Fluency.
  • Occupational Therapy Focus on Fine Motor Skills, Self-care Skills, Sensory Processing Difficulties, Visual Motor/Perceptual Skills, Adaptive Equipment.
  • Physical Therapy Focus on Gross Motor Skills, Abnormal Movements, Developmental Delays, Orthopedics and Mobility Equipment.
  • Aquatic Therapy Focus on Arthritis, Post-Surgical Rehab, Hip/Knee Replacements, Low Back Pain, Cervical Pain and many others
  • Social Services Focus on socioeconomic and
    psychosocial issues