The Physiotherapy department has a modern, purpose built hydrotherapy suite with disabled access for all patients to be able to access.

Aquatic therapy is a type of physiotherapy that's carried out in water, it can help improve blood circulation, relieve pain and relax muscles. The resistance of the water pushes against your body as you do exercises or while you are floating. It can also help with mobility because activities that aren't possible to do on dry land can be performed in the water.

Exercises against the resistance of water and dynamic exercises within the water can also improve muscle strength, balance and co-ordination.

Aquatic Therapy is useful for treating a range of clinical conditions including Rheumatological, Orthopaedic, Neurological and pain syndromes.