Pet Therapy with a Water Treadmill

For centuries, civilizations across the world have participated in the outstanding benefits of warm water therapy. But now, hydrotherapy has even made it to the front page of animal medical care. You can help your pet recover well with new aquatic pet therapy. Meet Veterinarian Tara Hudye from Lakewood Animal Hospital in Regina, Canada. She has installed a water treadmill for pet therapy in her clinic! This doctor is well on her way to making strides in the treatment of post-surgery and trauma healing for pets who need help. Watch here to see the amazing benefits of water pet therapy for our furry friends.

Water Therapy for Humans

Veterinarians have found that hydrotherapy is an asset for their pet patients. But warm water is not only available for pet therapy. How much more is incredible hydrotherapy and hydromassage an asset for human patients. With quality hot tubs and swim spas from Hot Spring® Spas and Endless Pools® at Coleman, your backyard haven can be a transformation place for health and wellness.

Equipped with the best in hydrotherapy advancement, a hot tub or swim spa from Coleman can get you on track to living your best life. Experience life-changing jetted hydromassage. You’ll also achieve near weightless workouts and endless swimming. On top of it all, add an underwater treadmill for your own therapy and exercise purposes! With a plethora of safe, low-impact options for healing, the road to health can be more enjoyable than you ever expected.

If you are in the market for improved health, there’s no better place to be than in a hot tub or swim spa from Coleman Backyards. To see the benefits and amenities offered to you, stop in at one of our three convenient locations. With showrooms in Plano, Grapevine or Ft. Worth we are just around the corner. We will show you the advanced health options available. Then, we can introduce you to the hot tub or swim spa that is perfect for you. The road to health is within reach and we would love to be with you on the journey.

*Please Note: We do not advise that you put your animals in your hot tub or swim spa for therapy. Please see your local veterinarian for safe, aquatic pet therapy options for your treasured friends.