Hydrotherapy is a form of physical medicine using the therapeutic application of water in a variety of ways, both internally and externally, on the body. The Hydrotherapy treatment 5take place in private healing pools with a temperature of 32-34°C. The hot water therapist in the school is a qualified physiotherapist for hot water therapy (hydrotherapy). The idea by being in the therapeutic pools is that the treated student does not feel the weight of his body in the water and thus facilitates movement for him. The characteristics of the water, water currents and the heat of the pool reduce pressure from the joints and help greatly in relieving pain and relaxation. The movement of water and the water resistance in the treatment pool is excellent and ideal for strengthening muscles and flexibility for all healthy students, including those with various physical disabilities.