This powerful method is currently revolutionising the way physiotherapists prevent and rehabilitate injuries. Clinical Pilates is a system of exercises that integrates the traditional Pilates method with modern research into musculoskeletal dysfunction.
What is Clinical Pilates?
Every person’s biomechanics and movement patterns are slightly different. All types of sports and work require different levels of skills and muscle activation. When it comes to injury prevention and skill development, every person's needs are slightly different, and Pilates can help with that. We conduct Clinical Pilates individually or within small groups with a physiotherapist.
How do Clinical Pilates exercises work?
With Pilates, we can train the core muscles around the spine. In Clinical Pilates, our focus is solely on the patient and ensuring that they are maintaining the right posture and using the best technique possible, allowing quicker recovery. Pilates exercises are chosen according to the patient's condition and and are advanced as improvement occurs or as required.