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understanding pool therapy

so i've been doing pool therapy for 2 weeks now. It's super expensive, but regular PT does not work for me. Now my question is, does this mean I will be doing exercises in a pool for the rest of my life? my long term goal is to go back to the gym and do planks, and other core stuff that involves iso workouts. But can someone explain to me how i will manage to get to that point with pool therapy? Also i noticed that if i go to another pool and not that one i will get pain just by getting into the water. so I don't see the point of this? just a temporal relief by going to a specific pool? how will i manage to rehab when im done? 



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