Part of the £105m St George’s Park facility home to England’s 24 national teams Perform, the sports medicine, rehabilitation and human performance facility is leading the way in sports science.
The centre utilises aquatic therapies to help their clients improve their rehabilitation and recovery rates.
Aquatic physiotherapy can help relieve pain, mobilise joints, develop balance and co-ordination, strengthen muscles and promote relaxation.
The Hydrotherapy Suite at St George’s Park contains an underwater treadmill, a variable depth pool and two contrast pools to assist with rehabilitation and recovery.
The Hydrotherapy Suite is open to sports clubs, individual athletes and schools, as well as private clients and patients as part of their physiotherapy treatment programme. PFA players use the hydrotherapy suite as part of their intensive rehabilitation, and the centre is currently serving as a Rugby World Cup base for Ireland and Argentina.
The Pooltest 9 Photometer from Palintest is used at the centre in order to control the treatment of the water in the hydrotherapy suite.
The Pooltest 9 provides a simple test protocol for carrying out accurate tests on parameters which are critical to the correct functioning of swimming pools and spas.
The instrument can be supplied in a range of kit configurations to suit the application and now features Bluetooth connectivity allowing for seamless management of data. Combined with the Palintest AquaPal app, Palintest’s Pooltest Photometers are the ideal solution for professional pool and spa management.
3rd July 2020
In this webinar, we cover the most frequently asked questions about Palintest Photometers.
29th May 2020
In this webinar, Palintest USA’s Bob Banker talks through water testing for pools and spas, discussing the use of digital methods to help ensure maximum safety and efficiency.
28th May 2020
We are delighted to be offering a range of webinars to help you learn more about water safety and how to improve your water testing procedures. Our webinars will cover a range of topics including water chemistry, application-focused testing and product training. Click here to view the full webinar schedule for June 2020.