Clinical Pilates is an exercise method which focuses on stability, core strength, balance, posture, flexibility and overall muscle function. It is often used in combination with physiotherapy to help you recover from your injury. Clinical Pilates modifies traditional Pilates methods, using scientific research and clinical physiotherapy to determine the best way of performing the exercises. Our Clinical Pilates classes are led by our trained Physiotherapists and are used for both injury rehabilitation and prevention.
Clinical Pilates can help with:
- Back, shoulder and neck pain
- Hip, pelvic and ankle injuries
- Postpartum conditioning
- Better posture and body tone
- Improved muscle strength and coordination.
At Cremorne Physio we run both individual and small group programs in our newly renovated rehab space. Before starting either program, you will undergo a full assessment to determine your strengths and weaknesses, postural issues and details of any current problems. This one-hour assessment is combined with a session teaching you the basic exercises of the program.
Individual sessions are conducted on our specialised Clinical Pilates equipment. A home program of floor exercises is also given to each participant. Individual sessions are ideal for people with injuries which may require rehabilitation, those who want to take individual sessions prior to joining a mat class, or those who prefer to work at their own pace.
Our popular mat classes run for 50 minutes at a number of convenient times during the week. Numbers are limited to six people per class to ensure maximum attention and support. Classes are offered in 4- or 10-week blocks with payment made in advance.
Mat Class Program
Mat Class Program
One-on-one mat sessions
One-on-one sessions on equipment
Private Health Fund rebates are available under physiotherapy cover.
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