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Clinical Pilates

WHY CLINICAL PILATES?
Pilates is a holistic form of exercise
 that teaches you to be more aware of your body’s posture, balance, strength and movement. At WSC, Clinical Pilates is used for rehabiliation and ‘prehab‘ (preventative rehab) for a variety of injuries and conditions to assist in correcting faulty movement patterns, muscle imbalance and strength and balance deficits. Our Clinical Pilates trained physiotherapists are skilled in the identification and correction of poor postural habits and imbalances.

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Aims:

  • Management of muscle and joint pain
  • Movement and postural re-training
  • Relief of tension and fatigue
  • Injury rehabilitation and safe return to exercise
  • Specific rehabilitation of surgery, trauma,
    sports and dance injuries
  • Conditioning, cross-training and technique modification
    for sports and dance
  • Osteoporosis and arthritis management
  • Ante and post natal fitness

What to expect:

  • An initial 40 minute consultation allows for a comprehensive assessmentgoal setting and the development of your individualised Pilates program.
  • Usually 2-3 individual sessions (40 minutes) are required to learn and practice the exercises before you progress into a small group session
  • Group sessions, conducted by our trained Clinical Pilates Physiotherapists  are 45 minutes duration, with up to five participants
  • All sessions can be claimed under ancillary cover of your private health fund – under Pilates &/or Physiotherapy, please check with your health fund.

Please call Next Gen, War Memorial Drive, North Adelaide for all bookings and enquiries 8221 7000