What is Clinical Pilates?
Clinical Pilates is a form of exercise developed by physiotherapists, which has been modified from the traditional version of Pilates to provide a highly individualised and injury/condition specific form of therapeutic exercise.
Clinical Pilates is a powerful tool used to aid in the rehabilitation and prevention of spinal and other musculoskeletal injuries or conditions. All client's receive an individualised Clinical Pilates program by their physiotherapist, guided by their comprehensive understanding of the mechanism and pathology of the musculoskeletal or neurological injury.
All Clinical Pilates sessions involve the use of special spring-loaded Pilates equipment including reformer beds and the trapeze table. Clients are also given floor based exercises which they can continue at home.
Who can benefit from Clinical Pilates?
All ages and abilities can benefit from Clinical Pilates. Clinical Pilates is effective in improving fitness and sporting ability. It assist injury prevention, helps with balance and coordination, and can increase muscle strength, flexibility and tone. Clinical Pilates can be particularly effective in the rehabilitation of:
Lower back pain
Pelvic pain/hip conditions
Pre/post Natal Conditions
ALL CLIENTS ATTENDING CLINICAL PILATES GROUP SESSIONS MUST HAVE AT LEAST ONE 1-1 SESSION PRIOR TO ATTENDING A GROUP
TO SECURE A PERMANENT POSITION CLIENTS MUST PURCHASE EITHER A X5 OR X10 SESSION PACKAGE
X5 SESSIONS EXPIRE IN 6 WEEKS
X10 SESSIONS EXPIRE IN 12 WEEKS
CASUALLY PAYING CLIENTS CAN BOOK UP TO TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE
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Last updated: 12/2020