Clinical Pilates At Physiolates Carnegie
Clinical Pilates shouldn’t be confused with the Pilates sessions offered at spas and health centers. Pilates was pioneered by Joseph H. Pilates in the 1920s as a conditioning method for the mind and body. He drew upon multiple disciplines to create an entirely new technique emphasizing core strength and abdominal stability. It utilizes a holistic approach that addresses the needs of the whole body instead of isolating muscle groups.
Physiotherapy Melbourne has taken the technique a step further with its Physiolates program to prevent and manage injuries. Each program is structured to address the needs of the individual, combining Pilates and physiotherapy techniques. Physiolates tones and stretches, treats injuries, aids in the alignment of the body and reduces the risk of future injuries. The Centre also incorporates a Gymstick™ program into its Pilates classes.
The Benefits of Physiolates
Clients derive multiple benefits from a physiolates program. Exercises can be performed with or without specialized equipment and utilizes specific movements and motion patterns to relieve the body of tension and fatigue. It increases core strength for stability and balance, which aids in the prevention of falls.
Physiolates provides individuals of all ages with improved posture, increased muscle tone and expanded flexibility. It’s beneficial in the treatment and prevention of osteoporosis and arthritis associated with more than 150 diseases, conditions and syndromes. The method offers a safe and effective rehabilitation therapy for a variety of injuries, joint and spinal conditions, and post-surgical rehabilitation.
The benefits of physiolates for expectant mothers and post-delivery women are well documented. The exercises help women build the abdominal muscles and core strength essential during delivery. The techniques address a multitude of conditions and discomforts that come with the changes of pregnancy.
The therapeutic method aids in reshaping the body following delivery, allowing patients to recover their pre-pregnancy contours. Women who breastfeed are susceptible to a variety of pain and discomfort associated with nursing position that can be alleviated with physiolates.
Choosing The Best
All our instructors are qualified physiotherapists and accredited clinical Pilates instructors. Programs are tailored to the needs and requirements of the individual for optimal results. Classes are limited to three participants, ensuring that each client receives the personalized attention they deserve. Real-time ultrasound is used to scan the core muscles of each client upon their initial consultation, to ensure individuals are utilizing their muscles correctly and attain the best results possible.