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It has a number of benefits including:
- Injury recovery and prevention
- Improved flexibility and posture
- Pain management
It is suitable for people of all ages and abilities and is a safe and effective workout. It is used in the rehabilitation of conditions such as:
- Back, pelvic and hip
- Neck pain and Headaches
- Pre and post-natal
- Work injuries
- Neurological conditions
What is the difference between clinical Pilates and mat-Pilates?
Clinical Pilates differs in that it is run by a physiotherapist that will individually assess your past injury history and current fitness level, then design and closely supervise an exercise program tailored to your specific needs based on our unique ‘directional-preference’ methodology.
All clinical Pilates participants go through a number of 1:1 sessions first to ensure they are completely familiar with the movement and confident in their ability prior to joining a class environment.
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What Is Clinical Pilates?
Clinical Pilates is an exercise system designed to meet the individual needs of the patient. A physiotherapist uses the exercises to improve posture, increase core stability, and enhance balance, strength, control, breathing, and flexibility. The system is used to treat a broad range of injuries, especially those to the neck and back.
The Clinical Pilates program at Concentric Rehab Centre implements therapeutic exercise in your rehab plan to retrain your muscles and make them stronger. An effective program strengthens the affected muscles and helps initiate their function to support your back and neck. The end result is improved posture, greater strength, and flexibility to the injured area.
Clinical Pilates is especially effective for some clients, but it isn’t for everyone. The effectiveness of this type of treatment depends on your injury and your needs. An accurate evaluation will help our allied health team determine if it’s the right approach to treatment for you.
To get the maximum benefit from a Clinical Pilates program, you must implement six basic principles. These include:
- Flowing Movement
The use of Clinical Pilates for treating clients with specific injuries includes improved posture and core stability, prevention of additional injuries, better muscular strength, and flexibility. The same types of exercises that many people rely on to build a stronger, more muscular body can also improve their condition after an injury occurs.
Research shows that Clinical Pilates offers these and many other benefits to people with a range of specific needs. Concentric Rehabilitation Centre offers a custom designed and closely supervised exercise program using our unique methodology. Our goal is to help you improve your strength and functionality instead of treating your symptoms. Contact us or book an appointment online today to learn more about the many benefits of Clinical Pilates.
If you’re ready to use Clinical Pilates, we want to hear from you. You can book an appointment online or by calling us on 02 8916 6476.
Book an appointment online with our Clinical Pilates therapists at any of our locations including: