Aquanex documents client progress or program effectiveness in aquatic therapy.

Aquanex force analysis for tracking progress in aquatic therapy


Aquanex Type A sensors are worn on the hand or foot during aquatic exercise.


Aquanex analysis of aquatic therapy


Aquanex Type B sensors measure forces on the upper legs during running in the water.


Aquanex can monitor forces, analyze performance, and document progress. Data can be used to support the effectiveness of a therapy or exercise program or the need for additional training.

  • Compare patient status to normative data

  • Establish baseline information

  • Quantify bilateral differences

  • Determine pre- vs. postoperative changes

  • Track patient progress during therapy

  • Provide patients with quantitative feedback

  • Document need for continued therapy

  • Demonstrate effectiveness of your program


Examination of an individual's force curves can reveal vital information about peak and sustained effort throughout the range of motion, fatigue, bilateral differences, and anterior-posterior differences (such as the shoulder adduction-abduction shown in the graph below). Information about Aquanex uses for the prevention or rehabilitation of injuries is posted under the "Information" menu bar option.


Aquanex graph of aquatic therapy force


Check applicable CPT codes for health insurance reimbursement.

Aquanex Analysis of Aquatic Therapy