Diagnostic Aquatics Systems Integration Specialized Interventions
Personalized Protocols Interactive CD-ROM
Diagnostic Aquatic Systems Integration, or DASI, is a theory that deals with the therapeutic foundations of aquatic rehabilitation. Therapists practicing under this theory formulate specific diagnoses so that certain objectives can be established and rehabilitation plans can be carried out. Unlike other one-size-fits-all therapy methods, the Diagnostic Aquatic Systems Integration Theory offers therapists a process to implement programs using a problem-solving approach.
Created for use by aquatic therapists, personal trainers, and fitness instructors, Ruth Sova's Personalized Protocols CD-ROM provides custom fitness and rehabilitation plans to meet individual clients' needs. The simple point-and-click program allows users to select individual exercises - including only those that are appropriate for the current client.
The Aquatic Fall Prevention CD ROM includes exercises with progressions, photos, guidelines, sample equipment application, documentation forms, resources and a bibliography to help aquatic practitioners take their clients through an effective Fall Prevention plan. Many factors associated with falls are preventable. This program can reduce the risk of falling and provide users with knowledge and expertise to keep clients healthy and independent.