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Clinical Exercise

Clinical Exercise

Clinical Exercise Sessions (formerly Clinical Pilates), take influence from the originally developed Pilates (by Joseph Pilates) and from a range of other functional movement exercises. They focus on improving movement, strength and control all while taking into account an individual’s injuries, pathologies and specific physical needs.

These classes are Physio led, and limited to 4 participants per class in order to ensure a personalised experience for every patient.

Our staff uses their existing physiotherapy knowledge and specific Pilates training, to adjust, modify and specifically choose
exercises that meet your individual needs, based on your clinical assessment.

Utilising specialist reformer equipment, the primary focus is to optimise muscle recruitment and efficiency during functional
tasks to reduce pain, improve movement and promote a strong and healthy body.

How it works:

All participants start with a comprehensive assessment with our Physiotherapists, in order to identify the exact issues you are having and establish your specific goals.
Following this we recommend all people complete up to 3 x 1-on-1 sessions with the exercise and rehabilitation Physiotherapists to develop and fine tune their program.
From there, you will join our semi-private sessions (with no more than 4 clients to 1 physio), working to your exact program which has been individually designed to achieve your goals.
Reassessment – we make sure we take the time to reassess you and your progress at specific time points, to ensure you are on track and to modify and update your program and goals.

It is suitable for people of all ages and the benefits include:

  • Faster recovery from injury
  • Increased muscle strength and length
  • Greater resistance to injury
  • Improved posture, flexibility, balance, control and overall wellbeing

Who is Physio X suitable for?

Clinical Exercise Sessions are a safe and highly efficient workout for people of all ages, including pregnant women and the elderly.
Pilates has been used successfully in the rehabilitation of conditions such as:

  • Back and neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Arthritis and Osteoporosis management
  • Prenatal, Antenatal and Postnatal
  • Postural problems
  • Pelvic and hip pain
  • Post-operative strengthening
  • Work injuries
  • Chronic pain management
  • Sports-related strength & conditioning
  • Hypermobility disorder
  • Enhancing movement including agility and flexibility
  • Balance retraining
  • Injury prevention for elite athletes, dancers, runners, golf players & sports people

View timetable for the current timetable of Clinical Exercise Sessions. It is best that you have an initial assessment with either Michael, Simon,  Megan, Rochelle, Nick, Duncan, or Ethan before starting as they individualise each class specifically for the patients in them.


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