I'm not near the ocean, but when I went to physical therapy, the therapists did suggest I sign up for the pool therapy several times a week to help my arthritis. I haven't done that, since it costs money I don't have right now, and isn't covered by my insurance, but I have a Whirlpool bathtub at home. It's so big it takes several rounds of filling it up with water at the correct temperature, but I tried it a few times. So far, didn't seem to help! Maybe I just haven't used it regularly enough. At any rate, I'm told that water therapy is effective sometimes. I'm glad it helped you!
Hello My dear aka dj; I'm happy you anwsered my question. I was swimming in the Ocean by where the waves end at the beach. The waves were strong that they moved my body all over inside the water. A few hours later . I noticed that the pain in my body was gone. The Ocean healed my body.
You're so sweet! But there's no known cure for rheumatoid arthritis. Water therapy may help, but I wouldn't think of it as a "cure". There are other factors in most cases of pain that have to be taken into account. Now, if it's just a muscular ache or etc., then it might actually be a "cure" for that particular temporary situation. Anyway, I wish you the best also.