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  1. Hydrotherapy plan chart
    • Client condition
    • goal for X
    • contraindications to consider
    • treatments; environment, application
    • precautions/negative reactions
    • support your goal; explanation
    • intensity; temps, duration
    • homework; application, temp, duration, special instructions
  2. 1st Hydrotherapist
    • Vincent Preissnitz
    • used cold water to successfully treat ailment in animals and people
  3. Brought Hydrotherapy to the West
    Cured himself of Tuberculosis
    Father Kneipp
  4. 2 men brought Kneipp teaching to America
    Benedict Lust & Henry Lindlar
  5. Viennese Physician first to state strongest effects on hydrotherapy are meditated through nervous system
    Wilhelm Winternitz
  6. 2 physicians who brought Winternitz work to U.S.
    Simon Burch & John Harvey Kellog
  7. Hydrotherapy definition
    • Use of water in any of its 3 forms
    • 1. Solid
    • 2. Liquid
    • 3. Gas
    • internal or external treatment of disease or trauma
  8. True or False
    IN application of hydro, body will reat to external changes of various temperatures applied by affecting the nervous, circulatory, and musculoskeletal systems
    True
  9. True or False
    Health and healing is proportional to normal flow of healthy blood
    True
  10. Goal & priority ofHydrotherapy
    Improve quality of blood flow
  11. Hydro message
    Hydro medium
    • Heat and Cold
    • Water
  12. Finish this sentence
    Only the body _____: hydrotherapy _____ to accelerate body's healing process by ________ the ______ flow.
    • Body
    • aids
    • manipulating
    • blood
  13. What makes water an effective medium
    • accessible, abundant, affordable
    • universal solvent
    • used in any of 3 forms
    • compatible with body
    • conductivity: transfers heat 25 faster than in air
    • control of temp is easy
    • Fluidity, contours to body part
  14. Very Hot
    105-115
  15. Hot
    100-104
  16. Warm
    92-99
  17. Tepid or Lukewarm
    80-91
  18. Cool
    65-79
  19. Cold
    55-64
  20. Very Cold
    32-54
  21. Boiling point water
    212
  22. Freezing Point
    32
  23. Core Body Temperature
    98.6
  24. Paraffin Bath Wax
    120
  25. Hydroculator
    160-166
  26. Burns occur @
    125
  27. 10 commandments Hydrotherapy
    • 1. Always explain procedure
    • 2. keep clear, written records 7 years
    • 3. treat client before or 90 min. after meals
    • 4. intense treatments at client strong time day
    • 5. take body temp, heart rate before, during, after
    • 6. intense treatments end with cold
    • 7. allow time for client rest after treatment
    • 8. larger body part exposed to hot or cold, lowers body tolerance to treatment
    • 9. never apply heat if there is is possibility of bleeding or bruising
    • 10. Cold is always appropriate
  28. General Contraindications
    • Rheumatoid Arthritis
    • Autoimmune disease
    • pregnancy (can compromise fetal blood supply)
    • Multiple Sclerosis
    • Heart Disorders (hydrostatic water pressure)
    • Severe kidney infection
    • diabetes (advanced)
    • peripheral neuropathy (degenerative nerve disorder)
    • uncontrolled high or low BP
    • infectious skin disorder
    • cancer
    • vascular disease
    • alcohol, drugs
    • undiagnosed illness
    • acute whiplash (possible blood clots)
    • HIV/AIDS
  29. Specific Contraindications
    Cold= acute asthma, Raynaud's phenomenon, cold allergies

    Heat= acute inflammation, cancer, tumor, sunburn, burns, infection, hypertension, varicose veins, over liniment rubs, hemorrhage
  30. cyanosis
    • blue discoloration lips, nail beds
    • stop treatment Immediately
    • cold treatment, neagative reaction
  31. red marbling of skin
    • small area o.k., large area bad
    • cold treatment
    • stop immediately
  32. Pain
    • sensation of pain is normal
    • If pain spreads or is deep stop immediately
    • cold treatment
  33. uncontrollable shivering
    • lasts longer than one or two minutes stop immediately
    • cold treatment
  34. Extremely Cold extremities
    Numb extremities, stop immediately
  35. Fullness or congestion in head
    • Sit client up, use warm foot bath and cool compress on head
    • Stop treatment immediately
    • Heat treatment
  36. Dizziness or lightheadedness
    Stop Heat treatment immeidiately
  37. Faintness, Fatigue, or Nausea
    • Client lie down, sip luke warm water
    • Stop Heat treatmentĀ  immediately
  38. Acute inflammatory phase
    • Immediate up to 7 days, post-injury
    • Cold treatements 32-54 verycold, 55-64 cold
    • *Prevent spread of infection
    • 1.VC, decrease blood flow, clotting
    • 2. Vd, increase blood flow, edema(swelling)
    • leukocytes come in and clean up
  39. Subacute phase r
    • Restoration damaged tissues
    • 7-21 days post-injury
    • Tepid 80-91 or lower
    • Fibroblast feed off lactic acid. new growth of blood vessels re-establish oxygen and nutrient supply.
    • early phase/rebuildĀ  late phase/ regeneration
    • Dense irregular connective tissue/scar
  40. Chronic Phase
    • Remodel, restructure strength tissue
    • 21 days post injury
    • Contrast treatment/ hot,cold
  41. Chronic inflammation
    Contrast treatment
  42. Cryotherapy
    cold treatmens
  43. Short cold duration, effects
    • less than 1 minute
    • Physiological (local) effect: VC, VD, VC
    • Circulatory effect: increase circulation, metabolism
  44. Long cold duration, effects
    • more than 1 minute, up to 10,15
    • Physiological (local) effect: VC
    • Circulatory effect: decrease circulation, metabolism
  45. 3 stages sensation
    • 1. cold- the sensation
    • 2. Pain- aching, burning
    • 3. Numbness- cessation of pain
  46. Analgesic
    • Benefit cold & hot water
    • Pain relief
  47. Anesthetic
    • numbing
    • benefit cold water
  48. Antispasmodic
    • relaxation of convulsion and muscle spasms
    • benefit cold & hot water
  49. Burn Management
    • minimize formation blisters, decrease pain
    • benefit cold water
  50. stimulant
    • stimulate body
    • benefit dole & hot water for short durations
  51. tonic
    cold water causes contraction muscle tissue, increasing mucle tone

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