Help us raise funds for the Hornby Hydrotherapy Pool
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Hydrotherapy pool?
Hydrotherapy is the use of warm water to treat medical conditions. The water temperature is usually between 33–36°C, which is warmer than swimming pools, (typically kept at 26–28°C)
Hydrotherapy is a recognised physical and mental health treatment. The water pressure and movement act as a form of physiotherapy for body and joint pain. It can help alleviate the symptoms of a wide range of conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis, cerebral palsy, and recovery from accidents and sporting injuries.
Who can use the pool?
Everyone is welcome to use the pool. However, hydrotherapy can be particularly beneficial for anyone with a disability, a long-term health condition or anyone who is rehabilitating from an operation or injury.
What are the benefits of hydrotherapy compared with land-based physiotherapy?
What is hydrotherapy good for?
• Being immersed, buoyant or massaged in water can relieve our bodies in a variety of different ways, and hydrotherapy can help with many physical and emotional complaints, including
• Back pain
• Pain relief
• Anxiety, stress and high blood pressure
• Poor muscle and skin tone
• Poor circulation
• Muscle pain, soreness and inflammation
• Hip or other joint replacements (before and after the operations)
• Muscle or ligament injuries; broken limbs
• Spinal cord injury
• Neurological conditions such as strokes or brain injuries
• Rheumatoid arthritis, cerebral palsy, ankylosing spondylitis
Where will the hydrotherapy pool be?
How can I help?
We have a Give A Little campaign running to assist with our fundraising efforts. No amount is too little to help us reach our target to bless our community on the South West of Christchurch with this valuable resource. We will be announcing further opportunities to partner with us over the next few months to help reach our goal
To help make this project happen, we are also partnering with the following supporters:
The Greater Hornby Residents Association
The GHRA are proud to team with Hornby Rotary to bring the communities voice to action to help fundraise for this valuable asset for our area.
Webmad are proud to support the fundraising efforts with website and technology strategy assistance to help bring the fundraising goals to life
Rotary Club of Hornby
Rotary Club of Hornby (Charitable Trust) is your local Rotary Club Based in Hornby. We have an active team of approx. 35 volunteers who promote Rotary activities and raise funds to support our local community and good causes (locally and further afield).
Christchurch City Council
The Christchurch City Council is the local territorial authority for the City of Christchurch (including Banks Peninsula).