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Clinical Pilates

Improves core stability to help manage and prevent low back and neck pain, enhances postural control, body awareness and flexibility, helps to reduce the risk of pain or re-injury and strengthens and tones the muscles.

Clinical Pilates

Why should I do Pilates with a Physiotherapist?

Physiotherapists study muscle and joint anatomy and physiology, therefore they have the expertise required to effectively prescribe Pilates for people with and without pain or injury. Pilates is also a great way to exercise before and after pregnancy.

Pilates with a physiotherapist improves core stability to help manage and prevent low back and neck pain, enhances postural control, body awareness and flexibility, helps to reduce the risk of pain or re-injury and strengthens and tones the muscles. Our physios have undertaken extensive training with DMA (Dance Medicine Australia), who are at the forefront of clinical pilates development, training and research in Australia and internationally.

Clinical Pilates for all ages will benefit:

  • People with neck or back pain
  • Sufferers of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue
  • Hip, groin, shoulder injuries
  • Poor Posture
  • Hip and Knee Osteoarthritis
  • Neurological Rehabilitation
  • People with joint hypermobility syndrome
  • Patients recovering from surgery
  • Pre- and Post-natal women
  • People with no pain or injury!

Why choose Pilates at Activate?

  • Our sessions incorporate use of the Reformer, Trapeze and Barrel to get the most out of your sessions.
  • We offer a choice of private sessions and classes.
  • Pilates with a Physiotherapist entitles you to claim a rebate for your sessions under “physiotherapy” with your private health fund.
  • You can benefit from the immediate private health insurance refund using HICAPS.
  • Our Pilates classes will always remain small (up to 3 people) to offer a personalised service and tailored programme to meet your needs.

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