Readymade Swimming pool

The Ready-made pool are transported is single piece & hence the limitation in size of pool which can be consultant/agencies even container pool transported use road & narrow street.


Prefabricated swimming pool

Technology means simplification process & operations. In swimming the construction has it own implications & you need a lot of consultant/agencies even container pool builder has many

Pipe Less Filteration

Every swimming pool need water to fill and to filter we need water filtration system. The dust enter in swimming pool are get cleaned by filter which settled on floor or in dissolved in water which can not be seen with naked eye.


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How Does the Aqua Gym can be added to the Existing Gym?

The aqua pod are the best thing to start with. As these are small in size and have unique features for existing gym use. The size of pool aqua pod is 2mx1mx1.2m. This can house the aqua bike aqua mill or aqua steppers along with other aqua dumbell and aqua steppers etc.

Effects of aquatic physical therapy versus land-based therapy

Attempts were made via e-mails to contact authors for missing data. Responses and additional data were received in 4 instances. Adverse events: Meta-analysis of 8 trials and 287 participants provided evidence that aquatic physical therapy did not increase the risk of wound related adverse events compared with land-based therapy (RD = .01, 95% CI = -.05 to .07, I2 = 0%) (fig 2). Figure 2: Effect of aquatic physical therapy compared with land-based physical therapy in orthopedic surgery. Seven trials reported no adverse events for both the experimental and control groups during the length of their trial and follow-up period. One trial reported the number of deep and superficial surgical site infections, and there were no differences between groups in this trial. Activities of daily living: When compared with standard land-based physical therapy in 6 trials (n = 134), aquatic physical therapy resulted in a significant improvement in measures of activities of daily living (SMD = .33, 95% CI = .07-.58, I2 0%) (fig 3). Figure 3: Effect of aquatic physical therapy on activities of daily living in orthopedic surgery. Pain: When comparing pain levels in 4 trials (n = 149), the differences between groups did not reach statistical significance (SMD = -.06, 95% CI = -.50 to .38, I2 = 32%) (fig 4). Figure 4: Effect of aquatic physical therapy on pain in orthopedic surgery. Edema: When comparing the amount of edema in 4 trials (n = 173), the differences between groups did not reach statistical significance (SMD = -.27, 95% CI = -.81 to .27, I2 = 58%). There was a moderate degree of heterogeneity in the data. In 1 trial, circumferential measurements were taken at 4 locations and averaged to obtain the edema measurement while the other 3 trials used 1 measurement closer to the knee joint. When this trial was removed from the analysis, aquatic physical therapy resulted in significantly reduced edema (SMD = -.58, 95% CI = -1.05 to -.11, I2

Aquatic exercise for balance in patients with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and hemiplegia

The following research the multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and hemiplegia is from Pichanan Methajarunon, Faculty of Physical Therapy, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University, Samut Prakan, Thailand; Chachris Eitivipart and Anchalee Foongchomcheay, Department of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Allied Health Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand; Claire Diver, Grad Dip Phys and Cert Res, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, The University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom; and was published in 2016 by Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal. Abstract Background: Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and hemiplegia are common disorders that directly cause impairment of balance and gait. Aquatic exercises are used for neurological rehabilitation. It is suggested that the contributing factors of the water setting such as buoyancy, viscosity, and hydrostatic pressure offer an ideal environment for rehabilitative programmes. Objective: To conduct a systematic review of studies that assess the effect of aquatic exercises on balance in neurological patients (i.e., patients with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and hemiplegia). Methods: A systematic literature search of six databases (MEDLINE, PEDro, AMED, CINAHL, Embase, SPORTDiscus) for randomized controlled trials and quasi-experimental trials on aquatic exercises in three different neurological disorders, namely, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and hemiplegia, was performed. Reference lists from identified studies were manually searched for additional studies. Methodological quality was assessed using the Downs and Black checklist. The data were analyzed and synthesized by two independent reviewers. Disagreements in extracted data were resolved by discussion among the reviewers. Results: The methodological quality of eight studies included in this review ranged from fair to good. The findings illustrated that there w

Aquatic training: An alternative or a complement to the land-based training

The following research the aquatic training is from Vlatka Wertheimer, Igor Jukic; Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Zagreb; and was published in 2013 by Hrvat. Športskomed. Summary the aquatic training The aquatic training methods are all types of training while the body is immersed in water. The most important factor influencing the body is the low impact nature of the exercises. The physical characteristics of the water affect human body during standing or floating in supine or prone position. The level of immersion and the water temperature will affect human body in rest but also while doing aquatic exercise. In this review, the cardiorespiratory changes during the aquatic training are discussed, especially during the deep and shallow water running. Also, the changes in neuromuscular status during others types of exercise in water are analyzed. There are possible benefits, as improving the physical fitness of an athlete and accelerating the post-game or post-training recovery which might be obtained during aquatic training. Water environment is also favorable for injured athletes during rehabilitation and also for other athletes that are experiencing interruptions in training process and competition programs caused by illness or other factors such as postseason break. Therefore, it is important to identify the effects and mechanisms of the aquatic training that are associated with changes in physiological status and athletic performance in athletes. Woman jogging in water performs aquatic training in pool. Water immersion The water immersion (WI) primarily presents a method of sport recovery, whether it is as active or passive. In the past few decades the athletes have been using water immersion and training in water for improvement as well as and maintaining of performance, motor abilities and cardiorespiratory function but lot of literature is based on anecdotal information while there is a small amount of research

Hydrotherapy

Hydrotherapy and aqua therapy are the method of therapy for rehabilitation and fitness. The aqua therapy is being greatly used for joints problems, orthopedic issues and spine injury rehab programs.