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WaterMassage Centers use the power of water to fight chronic pain without surgery—or any invasive treatment at all. Their chief service, the HydroMassage, relies on waves and jets of heated water to ease tension and soothe muscles. This hands-free kneading allows clients to remain fully clothed. It also shuns the add-ons associated with traditional spas—aromatherapy oils, models feeding clients morsels of cheese—and focus on rehabilitation. Also, clients might accelerate their body's natural healing response through whole-body vibration therapy, which also tones muscles, increases cellular oxygen uptake, and promotes lymphatic drainage.