Aquatic Research

Siemieniuk R, Harris I, et al. “Arthroscopic Surgery for Degenerative Knee Arthritis and Meniscus Tears: A Practical Practice Guideline.” British Medical Journal, May, 2017. BMJ 2017;357:j1982 doi: 10.1136/bmj.j1982


Moreira L, Fronza F et al. “The Benefits of a High-Intensity Aquatic Exercise Program (HydroOS) for Bone Metabolism and Bone Mass of Postmenopausal Women,” Journal of Bone Mineral Metabolism, 2014, 32:411-419.


Waller B, Lambeck, J et al, “Effect of Therapeutic Aquatic Exercise on Symptoms and Function Associated with Lower Limb Osteoarthritis: Systematic Review with Meta-Analysis,” Physical Therapy Journal, 2014; 94:1383-1395.


Sihvonen R, Paavola M et al. New England Journal of Medicine, December, 2013. “Arthroscopic Partial Meniscectomy versus Sham Surgery for a Degenerative Meniscal Tear”


Donoghue O, Shimojo H, Tkagi H. “Impact Forces of Plyometric Exercises Performed on Land and in Water,” Sport Health, 3:3, 2011.


Nikolai, A, Novotny, B et al. “Cardiovascular and Metabolic Responses to Water Aerobics Exercise in Middle-Aged and Older Adults,” Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 2009, 6, 333-338


Colado J, Tella V. et al. “Short Term Aquatic Resistance Program Improves Strength & Body Composition,” Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 2009.


Martel G, Harmer M, et al, “Aquatic Plyometric Training Increases Vertical Jump in Female Volleyball Players,” American College of Sports Medicine, May 2005.