Heating and cooling while I work

Being a physical therapist is difficult but rewarding.  Many of our buyers come to myself and others when they have survived some sort of traumatic event that has left them with an injury that is devastating, then whether it is a automobile accident, a brain trauma, or a fall on the ice, the road to recovery is fraught with challenges.  One of the tools of the trade that I use is the therapy pool with heater that the people I was with and I installed a few months ago. The sales rep from the pool company was legitimately great, but, not as good as the Heating and Air Conditioning worker that came out to install the oil furnace.  The thing is, in order for heated aqua therapy to be any good at all, you need to make sure there is a smooth transition from the air to the pool. If there is a temperature shock entering or leaving the pool it can cause a person’s muscles to tense. If that happens, the session completely negates any progress that our client would have made and hinders recovery.  The worker that installed the oil furnace for the pool and the room set it up so that I could actually adjust the temperature to the exact degree I am required to have to make the best of each session. The hot water helps to relax the muscles and relieve pain somewhat. Being in pain from any incident can be debilitating. I make it my goal to make every patient able to live as pain free and stress free as their situation allows.  I guess I never legitimately considered that an Heating and Air Conditioning supplier and HVAC worker would make such a difference.