Canadian Aquatic Rehab Instructors (CARI) will provide advanced teaching in effective aquatic therapy techniques to treat clients of all ages and conditions, based on the most recent evidence and clinical reasoning, and applying the principles of hydrodynamics.
WHAT is APT
Aquatic Physical Therapy (APT) is the practice of therapeutic treatment interventions in the water environment. It is a tool to achieve optimal movement and function in clients using hydrodynamic principles.
CARI teaches evidence-based practice techniques founded in physics, fluid mechanics, physiological response and aquatic therapy research.
CARI offers courses to Rehab professionals in basic and advanced aquatic physical therapy to address client's therapeutic goals. Courses can be tailored to suit your facility's needs focussing on population, condition, group or 1:1 approach.
Check out the online CARI Foundational Aquatic Therapy course offered through Embodia Academy. Link is on the course page. Press 'MORE" below.
RESEARCH OF INTEREST
Check out our summary of
Up-to-Date research studies
to inform Best Practice
International links of Interest to Aquatic Groups, Resources and Warm Water Pools
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LINKS & RESOURCES
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Therapists who have completed a CARI course and seeing aquatic clients privately: