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Clinical Pilates

Rehabilitate – Prevent – Perform

Clinical Pilates is a series of exercises which have been adapted by Physiotherapists making them more suitable for patients recovering from injury or suffering the effects of back or neck pain

Based on scientific research, clinical pilates focuses on retraining and recruitment of stabilising (core stability) muscles as well as improving posture, strength and flexibility.

Clinical Pilates is usually conducted in a one to one session with a Physiotherapist so as to ensure exercises are performed correctly and can be adapted to an individual’s key requirements and issues.