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Exercise physiologist at Capital Hydrotherapy runs a rehabilitation session.

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CAPITAL Hydrotherapy creates an enjoyable and nurturing environment to make patients feel comfortable and motivated to exercise to improve their health, wellbeing and physical function, says team leader and exercise physiologist, Nina Semenov.

“We do this by looking after our patients. One of our core values is to go above and beyond with all our patients,” says Nina.

“We want them to have an amazing experience from the initial consultation and right throughout their exercise rehabilitation journey with us.”

Based in Majura and Deakin, Capital Hydrotherapy specialises in a full range of water-based therapeutic treatments including hydrotherapy, aquatic physiotherapy, water-based injury rehabilitation, strength and conditioning training, sports medicine, deep water running therapy and hydrolates (aquatic pilates).

Nina says the friendly, motivated and caring practitioners are both exercise physiologists and physiotherapists and are always keen to offer the best exercise and lifestyle-related recommendations that are suitable to each individual’s needs and goals.

“Capital Hydrotherapy also prides itself on being patient-centred – we aim to empower patients to improve their current condition by working with our clients and helping them be a part of the decision-making process in their own rehabilitation,” she says.

Capital Hydrotherapy is located at Majura Park and Deakin. Visit capitalhydrotherapy.com.au or call 6156 2223.

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