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REHAB PILATES

What is Rehabilitation Pilates?

 

At Perfect Balance Rehabilitation Centre our physiotherapists are  Rehabilitation Pilates instructors and believe that Pilates can be a magnificent tool to promote agility, strength and posture. Rehabilitation Pilates can be used to address muscle imbalances, decreased movement and flexibility, poor posture, poor movement patterns, and repetitive overload.

 

Physiotherapists often use Rehabilitation Pilates as part of the treatment for a patient recovering from an injury.

 

What are the benefits of Rehabilitation Pilates?

 

Pilates exercise promotes a balanced musculature throughout the whole body by strengthening the pelvic floor and core muscles.

 

Pilates exercise also promotes spinal, pelvic and peripheral alignment which is vital to the normal functioning of our body. This all included helps to promote postural alignment and normal movement of the body to avoid the risk of injury.

 

Who is Rehabilitation Pilates for?

 

Rehabilitation Pilates has not been designed for just one type of patient. Whether you have just recently delivered a baby, or are a desk worker, a cross fit athlete, a triathlete or a regular gym-goer, Rehabilitation Pilates can be modified to suit your needs.

 

If you are looking to increase your mobility, increase your pelvic floor and core strength, improve alignment and posture; Rehabilitation Pilates might just be what you need.

 

What to expect from Rehabilitation Pilates at Perfect Balance?

 

Our Rehabilitation Pilates instructors are also physiotherapists and are highly trained  to ensure you are safe and working to the correct level of ability. We provide modifications for all exercises and adjustments during the classes or treatment session to ensure you achieve the most out of your rehabilitation.

 

Prior to starting the rehabilitation Pilates you must book a one-to-one assessment with one of our Physiotherapists so they can work with you to advise the best treatment plan.