Clinical Pilates is a fun new scientific take on the traditional Pilates concept as originally developed by Joseph Pilates.
Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists, with expertise in injury management, undergo postgraduate training which involves assessing clients via a Movement Based Classification and Treatment system. This equates to matching clients and their particular problems with the best Pilates based exercises which can be either floor or apparatus based (Reformer, Trapeze Table). Exercises are tailored to your specific needs and thereby safer than traditional Pilates which tend to be generic, run in groups and where some exercises can be aggravating for your condition.
Clinical Pilates is used as part of the optimal treatment plan taking into consideration your personal requirements. Clinical Pilates translates emerging evidence into practical practice and incorporates the whole person and functional requirements. It includes balance, breathing, core control, strength, endurance and flexibility.