Clinical Pilates Frankston
What Is Clinical Pilates?
Clinical Pilates is unlike your regular gym class pilates in that clinical pilates is led by a university trained and qualified physiotherapist and is tailored to the individual. Clinical pilates uses a scientific knowledge base, and focuses on improving posture, strength, balance, control, breathing, and flexibility to help you to recover from injury or surgery. It is easy on your joints, which makes it an excellent rehabilitative method for older clients.
Why Do I Need Clinical Pilates?
Clinical pilates improves your mobility, stability, posture and balance to enhance physical fitness and performance, as well as assisting with injury recovery or prevention and rehabilitation after surgery.
You may need clinical pilates if you:
Are athlete or dancer looking to improve mobility and overall physical performance.
Need rehabilitation after an injury, including sports injuries.
Want to improve general strength and fitness.
Want to improve poor posture.
Suffer from neck and lower back pain.
Need recovery from hip and knee injuries or surgeries.
Would like to prevent future injury.
Have tendon or repetitive strain injuries.
Suffer from chronic pain.
Suffer from headaches or migraines.
How Can My Therapist Group Help Me Recover With Clinical Pilates?
The physiotherapists at My Therapist Group in Frankston use an advanced knowledge of musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology, orthopaedic rehabilitation and sports medicine to help you recover from injuries or surgery. We use a combination of clinical pilates and physical therapy to help you to recover from injury such as a sports injury, or rehabilitate you after surgery such as hip or knee surgery. At My Therapist Group in Frankston, we tailor a personalised program for you that is best suited to your individual needs and concerns.