The safer bathing solution for independent seniors!
Designed with easy access and comfortable bathing in mind, the Walk in Tub gives new meaning to independent living, not to mention a complete in-home spa experience.
Traditional bathtubs pose a huge risk to seniors in independent living situations. Instead of having to step over a tub wall with no support, the wall of an Erie Tub opens similar to a car door for easy access, strategically placed stability handles ensure you always have something to steady your balance, and the door closes with a water-tight seal. That's where the convenience ends and the spa experience begins.
Equipped with independent, heated air/water therapy jets and hand-held showering system, a Walk in Tub from Erie Tubs is the total in-home spa.
Walk-in Tub Features
- Water-tight step-through doorway for easy access.
- Integrated seating for maximum comfort.
- Integrated stability handles to help maintain balance.
- Deep basin for full immersion while sitting.
- No-slip surfaces.
- Hand-held shower system.
- Hydrotherapy jets.
Explore the benefits of hydrotherapy in the comfort of your own home with hydrotherapy jets built into every walk-in tub from Erie Tubs. Water therapy has been used for centuries to help alleviate muscle tightness and improve circulation which can increase the range of motion in limbs affected by pain or stiffness.
Rheumatic conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis and fibromyalgia are the source of stiff joints and aching muscles. These conditions make it painful or difficult to move, and often decrease overall range of motion.
Water therapy can help ease the pain. When immersed in a tub of water, the body experiences buoyancy. Buoyancy relieves pressure on the joints, lessening the discomfort. The hydrostatic pressure on the body also affects the nervous system that has a pain relieving effect on the body.
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