Clinical Pilates

Clinical Pilates is a system of highly specific therapeutic exercises that combines the use of Pilates equipment as well as anatomical and physiological knowledge to address a wide range of conditions.

 

It is an adaptation from the Pilates Method, which was invented by Joseph Pilates in the early 20th century. It is now used by healthcare professionals around the world to treat a variety of injuries, conditions and dysfunctional movement patterns.

 

What conditions are treated by Clinical Pilates:

 

• Pre and post-natal
• Back and neck pain
• Soft tissue damage due to trauma
• Postural problems
• Pelvic and hip pain
• Chronic pain
• Post-operative recovery

 

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