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Welcome to Southern California Aquatic and Physical Therapy

Our facility features a state-of-the-art, 92 degree therapeutic indoor saltwater pool, 6½ft deep end and a fully equipped gym on site.


The Bridge

Aquatic Therapy is a proven tool that can lead to a better quality of life for our clients.

Many individuals come to us unable to perform traditional (land-based) physical therapy. At So Cal Aquatic, we offer a water-based recovery program that strengthens the entire body and encourages healing. This is The Bridge to Wellness that leads patients to successful land therapy and recovery.

Our clients:

  • Are currently unable to meet the demands of traditional (land) physical therapy. They need to begin with water rehab, then “graduate” to traditional physical therapy;
  • Have chronic pain/conditions, such as fibromyalgia, that prevent them from taking part in traditional physical therapy, so aquatic therapy is their primary source of treatment/pain management; or
  • Need traditional physical therapy for injury rehab, post-operative care, or a chronic condition.

We are proud to be Orange County’s most comprehensive physical therapy facility since 1995.

As your partner in responsible self-care, our friendly and experienced Physical Therapists will customize a recovery program just for you. Treatment may include only aquatic therapy, land-based physical therapy, or a combination of water and land rehab.

Aquatic therapy will help you rediscover how it feels to use your whole body, including any injured or painful areas, in a safe, comfortable and weightless environment. We’re here to meet your needs and get you back to health as quickly as possible.

Please contact us with your questions or to get started on your customized treatment plan right away. We will be happy to provide a free tour of our facility, and we look forward to meeting you.





Aquatic exercises after surgery help strengthen your legs and improve knee and hip flexibility so that you can get back on your feet faster. It is important to commit to a rehab plan and work with your surgeon and physical therapist to continuously set goals.

The deep water exercise above includes running in place tethered to a Thera Band against resistance created by hand held AquaLogix Water Bells to increase muscle strength and cardio.

“I have never met more knowledgeable, caring and committed therapists. The entire office staff are wonderful and extremely helpful.” – Debbie H.
“It is [So Cal Aquatic’s] persistence and dedication that allows me to work without pain and will allow me to dance at my wedding.” – Amanda C.