Clinical Pilates & Movement Based Therapy in Kalgoorlie

Clinical Pilates & Movement Based Therapy | Goldfields Physio Kalgoorlie

Did you ever wonder why your back hurts when you sit too long, but you’re fine when you stand (or vice-versa)? Do you feel like you have good control of your abdominals, posture and general alignment in some activities but not others? Uncomfortable positions are often reflective of your muscle activation patterns and the way your body prefers to move.

Clinical Pilates programs positively affect your whole body through the improvement of strength, mobility, posture and movement control. We do this by creating a program that is specific to your needs – this includes using equipment such as the reformer, trapeze, Pilates barrel, Wunda chair, weights, pilates ring/balls, foam roller, Bosu ball etc.

Clinical Pilates is highly effective for:

  • Spinal pain prevention and management
  • Sports-related strength and conditioning
  • Osteoporosis and arthritis management
  • Balance retraining
  • Antenatal and postnatal fitness
  • Injury prevention for athletes and sports people
  • General fitness and muscle toning

Clinical Pilates programs positively affect your whole body through the improvement of strength, mobility, posture and movement control.

Common outcomes you can expect from our clinical Pilates movement based therapy programs include:

  • Improved posture, strength, balance, and control
  • Reduced back, neck, shoulder and leg pain
  • Manage and recover from your injuries (including surgical rehabilitation)
  • Correction of poor mechanics which may have contributed to your injury
  • Management of arthritic conditions
  • Greater resistance to injury
  • Training your muscle groups to help your body work safely and more efficiently
  • Optimised performance for sport or everyday activities

Our Pilates training programs are individually tailored to you, being designed by our highly experienced physiotherapists and exercise physiologists who have undertaken intensive Pilates training.

If you are interested in a Clinical Pilates program, an initial assessment will be undertaken to help identify areas of focus for your program. Following this you may be progressed into either individual Pilates sessions or added to a small group class. These sessions will incorporate Pilates floor, reformer and trapeze table-based and other studio Pilates equipment exercises. Home based exercises may also be added.

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