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Therapeutic swimming

Therapeutic swimming

Therapeutic swimming

Swimming is the sport with the most complex beneficial effects on the body, regardless of age. In the small child, aquatic activities contribute to the activation and stimulation of the reflexes of driving movements, used for the motor development of infants and young children. Increase the child’s self-confidence and independence; they have stimulatory effects on physical growth and development, psychomotor development; increase the ability of concentration, immunity and resistance to the action of physical factors in the atmosphere. Therapeutic swimming – or “art of breathing” – increases the endurance and functionality of the cardiovascular system.

 

There are specific recovery programs for children of all ages, covering neurological, orthopedic-traumatic, surgical pathology; psychomotor collaboration and socio-familial integration of children with psychomotor deficiencies (such as ADHD, hyperkinetic syndrome, Down syndrome); Occupational Therapy.

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