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Aquatic therapy scheduled for a splashy debut at Parrish Healthcare

Aquatic therapy scheduled for a splashy debut at Parrish Healthcare



Natalie Sellers, MS, APR, SSC, FACHE

Sr. Vice President, Communications, Community & Corporate Services or

Katherine Allen, APR, Communications Specialist


Aquatic therapy scheduled for a splashy debut at Parrish Healthcare

TITUSVILLE, FL. (June 28, 2022): Less pain, more gain. That’s the advantage for those with orthopedic arthritis, rheumatic and other health conditions of the aquatic therapy programs about to begin July 5th at Parrish Healthcare Center (formerly Parrish Health & Fitness) in Titusville.

“Aquatic therapy is a lot gentler on joints,” said Parrish Healthcare Terri Moccio, Doctor of Physical Therapy. “Water provides older adults more confidence to move and is less strenuous and painful on joints for those with orthopedic conditions. Physical therapists work closely with each patient to create goals and customize a program to help people increase their mobility, flexibility, balance and to get back to enjoying their lives.”

Physical therapy is prescribed by primary care or orthopedic physicians, and is helpful for a variety of age groups. To learn more about how aquatic therapy can benefit a patient regardless of age or condition, and the programs available beginning July 5, please contact 321-268-6181 or visit the Parrish website at Referrals can be faxed to 321-268-6769.


About Parrish Healthcare

Parrish Healthcare, America’s first Joint Commission Integrated Care Certified network, includes: Parrish Medical Center, a Mayo Clinic Care Network member and one of the nation’s most recognized hospitals for clinical quality, patient safety, and healing environments; Parrish Medical Group, NCQA certified patient-centered medical homes; and Florida Health Network, a coalition of healthcare providers, insurers and others working together to improve quality and safety and lower healthcare costs on behalf of individuals, families and businesses.