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January 22nd, 2014

Are there any precautions for using the Hydro Massage hydrotherapy bed?

By The DAHLC

Yes.  If these conditions or symptoms exist, obtain physician approval and exercise caution when using dry hydrotherapy:

  • Bleeding, bruising, broken capillaries, unusual or excessive bleeding or any conditions where the capillaries break.
  • Neurological conditions or other systemic disorders.
  • AIDS – Implement standard hygiene precautions
  • Any infectious or communicable diseases.
  • Skin problems – such as rashes, eczema and severe acne.
  • Any acute (sudden, severe onset) inflammatory response-symptoms include fever, heat, loss of function, redness and swelling.
  • Acute or unstable injuries or fractures.
  • Acute or unstable diseases or medical conditions – includes uncontrolled blood pressure, unstable cardiac or neurological conditions, acute second or third degree burns, or a high risk or unstable pregnancy.
  • Thrombosis – the presence of blood clots or clotting conditions.
  • Degenerating disc diseases or injuries (i.e. ruptured, bulging and herniated discs)

Manufacturers recommend limiting your hydromassage to 15 minutes per session.

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