Monday, 01 April 2013 16:55

HydroCo Launches Birthing Bath i12

HydroCo has launched a new Birthing Bath!!!

With all products that are designed and built here at HydroCo this Birthing bath is truly class leading,

Features at a glance

  • Removable Door for easy in/out access
  • One Piece Design, so no joints for bacteria to accumulate in.
  • Water is heated through passive heating system.
  • Removable components for autoclaving.
  • Electro/Mechanical Lifting system.
  • Thermostatic Mixing Valve, ensuring your filling the bath at the temperature you desire.

HydroCo have transformed the humble Birthing Bath with advice expecting mothers, veterans of water birth, medical professionals and many hours of research.  This has resulted in a unique, comfortable and practical design.

Firstly the Birthing bath can be filled up with water and the temperature maintained through the walls of the bath.  This means that the bath is ready at the right temperature any time you wish to enter.  The bath also has a removable door to make getting in and out quick and easy.

THe bath can be used in all the birthing positions and can also accommodate the birthing partner.

Another feature of the i12 is that it can be fitted with an optional electro/mechanical lift.  This means that for the midwives they can raise the bath to a comfortable working height.

Tuesday, 22 May 2012 00:00

Hydroco appears in Fairfield Advance

Hydroco has been showcased in the local Fairfield Advance.

Article Title: Get back on track with unique treadmill
Date of Publication: 18 May 2012


Get back on track with unique treadmill

An underwater treadmill is helping Horsley Park resident Martin O’Connell to take greater strides towards recovery.

Mr O’Connell, who had 25 screws and two plates inserted in his ankle after a wakeboarding accident this year, said he was healing faster than expected, thanks to regular sessions on the HydroCo treadmill at Wetherill Park’s Back On Track health clinic.

To read the full article, click here.

Saturday, 02 February 2013 21:24

Back on Track Health Clinic - HydroTread 1611


Since installing the HydroTread 1611 Underwater Treadmill Unit from PhysioPools in March 2011 we have experienced and increase in interest and usage. The machine is very simple to operate, allowing us to cater for a large range of clients, varying in size and weight, with conditions ranging from; 

·         Post operation rehabilitation.

·         Post stroke rehabilitation.

·         Return to work strengthening programs.

·         People with chronic disabilities e.g. Cerebral Palsy, Osteoarthritis.

·         Weight loss exercise programs.

With the use of the individualised strength and exercise programs we are able to progress from basic to complex water based exercises and then land based exercises allowing the client to get back to there activities much quicker than just physiotherapy alone. enabling the clients recovery rate to speed up dramatically..

The HydroTread 1611 is not only for people with injuries. We have also had elite athletes using the pool for both fitness and recovery sessions. This has been successful in allowing us to create a new method of treatment and target a broader group of clients.

Roslyn Trimboli Guardala

Master of Physiotherapy

B.App.Sc (Exercise and Sports Science)

Back on Track Health Clinic


Thursday, 13 December 2012 14:58

Purely Essential - Teresa Marsh

I have had great success with the Physio 1611. I have an 81year old lady who fell in April and cracked her pelvis. She is a very agile lady but the accident left her totally insecure, she was having to use a walking frame and had given up driving her car. After completing 6 x 30minute sessions under my supervision she had gained her confidence back and was able to walk again un-aided. The Physio 1611, due to the fact that she was supported by the water as I had the level of water to her waist was able to walk quite comfortably and without pain. I corrected her posture whilst she was walking paying particular notice of her foot movements. She has also corrected her other health issues because she was able to exercise in comfort. Vera is now on her 22nd treatment has returned to her active senior life style and drives herself to all her functions. Although she is very well and active she remains a weekly client as she finds exercising in the Physio 1611  has improved her health and wellbeing.



Monday, 03 December 2012 10:46

John Quinn - Essendon Football Club

In 2001 I approached PhysioPools with the concept of constructing state of the art contrast tubs to assist in the recovery and maintenance of our players here at Essendon Football Club. The tubs have been a huge success – so much so in fact that leading stadiums (such as Telstra Stadium here in Melbourne) have since adopted the same tubs for the use of competing players at their venues. I was interested then when contacted by HydroCo in 2007 to observe the use of a new and innovative product, known as “SUSPENSE’. I can see merit in the use of ‘SUSPENSE’ for non weight bearing exercise and training sessions. It will also provide an alternative training method – particularly where space is at a premium. From a conditioning point of view, ‘SUSPENSE’ may have considerable applications for rehabilitation from weight bearing injuries. These could include strength, flexibility, co-ordination and aerobic conditioning and weight loss. Whilst the benefits of training in an aquatic environment have been well documented, the ‘SUSPENSE’ provides a unique opportunity for training in an enclosed environment. This allows direct coaching and feedback and thereby may assist in the overall application of a given training program. To date, I have not used the ‘SUSPENSE’ unit with any of our players here at Essendon Football Club. When it does become commercially available, I would certainly give the unit due consideration. Yours sincerely, John Quinn High Performance Manager Essendon Football Club