What is Clinical Pilates?
Clinical Pilates is a critical platform for rebuilding your body to prevent re-injury and to help manage ongoing issues.
Clinical Pilates’ approach is clinically proven and specifically tailored to each individual’s needs, with your Physiotherapist prescribing specific exercises based on your presentation, current and previous problems and history and certain movements or activities that aggravate or ease your problem areas. These tailored programs target your problem areas ensuring greater results and minimising the risk of aggravating your condition or re-injury.
Clinical Pilates is a highly individualised form of Traditional Pilates lead by qualified Physiotherapists who have completed formal Pilates training.
You can complete your tailored program one-on-one with your Physiotherapist or join in a group with no more than four participants.
We work your body in a way that is comfortable for you and to achieve the best possible results.
Benefits of Clinical Pilates:
Features of Clinical Pilates:
Pre-Pilates Assessment, undertaken by our trained Physiotherapists, whom will sit down and obtain a full medical/injury history, current aggravating, easing and pain factors and establish areas of focus; all to ensure the best quality of practice and to help you achieve your goals.
Individualised Programs – that focus on working the areas that are specific to your needs.
Lead by a fully-qualified Physiotherapist who has undertaken full training in DMA Clinical Pilates.
Specialised Pilates Equipment with full use of reformers, trapeze table, foam rollers, therabands, swiss balls and loads more. This equipment is specifically designed for clinical Pilates; promoting correct technique, appropriate levels of resistance and targeted exercises.