Hydrotherapy is defined as the use of water to effect change in the body as a treatment of disease or trauma. It is not a new therapy but has been around since ancient times and has been a part of many traditional medicinal systems. Hydrotherapy has been a staple of naturopathic medicine for over two hundred years and is used to stimulate the body’s own ability to heal. In general, hydrotherapy is a very effective tool for stimulating the immune system, promoting detoxification, and increasing circulation.

Constitutional Hydrotherapy involves the application of hot and cold compresses on the torso to support the body’s self-healing capacity. The contrast of the two temperatures helps initiate a cycle of carrying away metabolic waste from cells followed by an influx of nutrient-rich, oxygenated blood through the tissues and vital organs.

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service offered at:

Grand Rapids

Constitutional Hydrotherapy Service Menu

50 Minute Constitutional Hydrotherapy Session: $75


Package of 5 sessions: $325

*New patients who have not established care with a Doctor or Health Coach at our office should start with a 90-minute intake and treatment.

Benefits of constitutional hydrotherapy

  • Reduced inflammation and chronic pain in local areas
  • Increased energy level and improved sleep quality
  • Strengthened immune system, specifically an increase in white blood cell count
  • Improved digestion and bowel function
  • Decreased stress response and relaxation

Team Members in this service area

Grand Rapids

Carrie Dennie

Carrie Dennie, ND
Naturopathic Doctor

Jenny-Buchner

Jennifer Buchner, ND
Naturopathic Doctor