Clinical Pilates

Clinical Pilates is a specialized form of Pilates exercise that is used in a clinical setting to treat a variety of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. It is typically prescribed and supervised by a trained healthcare professional, such as a physiotherapist.
TAC physiotherapy is provided by qualified and registered physiotherapists who work in private practice clinics. The program covers the cost of physiotherapy sessions, as well as any necessary equipment and supplies.
Unlike traditional Pilates, which focuses on general fitness and conditioning, clinical Pilates is tailored to the individual needs and goals of the patient. It involves a thorough assessment of the patient’s musculoskeletal system to identify areas of weakness, stiffness, or imbalance, and then uses specific exercises and techniques to address those issues.

Clinical Pilates exercises may include:

  • Specific exercises designed to target areas of weakness or imbalance
  • Pilates-based exercises using specialized equipment such as amt and  reformers.
  • Neuromuscular re-education techniques to improve motor control and movement patterns
  • Core strengthening and stabilization exercises
  • Balance and coordination exercises

Clinical Pilates is often used to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, including back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, knee pain, and postural issues. It can also be used as a form of rehabilitation after surgery or injury.

The benefits of clinical Pilates may include:

  • Improved posture and alignment
  • Increased strength and flexibility
  • Reduced pain and stiffness
  • Improved balance and coordination
  • Enhanced body awareness and mindfulness

If you are considering clinical Pilates as a treatment option, it is important to seek guidance from a qualified healthcare professional to ensure that the exercises are appropriate for your condition and individual needs.