Physiotherapy addresses the physical body and any injuries or imbalances that you have.
It is recommended to have a 60 minute consultation when you first attend the clinic as it's the most effective and efficient way to achieve the best results.
Through an initial assessment, a diagnosis is made and any limitations are identified. Through a variety of evidence based techniques, a treatment plan is put together which often includes the integration of Clinical Pilates, strengthening and flexibility exercises.
Rehab Pilates / Clinical Pilates Assessment
Pilates is the combination of the mind and body and allows for an accurate and precise development of strength, flexibility, length and stability
A Pilates assessment is 60 minutes and is recommended for anyone interested in beginning there pilates journey.
The initial assessment is a look at your posture and injury history and includes an assessment of your core, breathe and alignment. This session includes exercises on the mat, reformer, Cadillac and/or Wunda Chair.
Rehab Pilates/ Clinical Pilates
Rehab Pilates, also called Clinical Pilates are 60 minute classes with a maximum of 3 people.
They are run by a physiotherapist and are designed with strength and recovery in mind. You receive personalised attention to help you achieve your short and long term goals. They are for people who enjoy a tailored and individualised approach in a challenging and progressive way.
The class includes the use of the pilates equipment; Reformer, Cadillac, Wunda chair and Raised bench in addition to the small apparatus; Magic Circle, Foam roller, spikey balls and Franklin balls.