Brisbane Clinical Pilates

WHAT IS CLINICAL PILATES?

Clinical Pilates is a rehabilitation method that combines traditional Pilates exercises with the clinical expertise of a trained musculoskeletal physiotherapist. Clinical Pilates takes an individualized approach to exercise prescription. Because of this, Clinical Pilates starts with a thorough, private assessment of your body.

We assess neuromuscular control and identify your preferred movement patterns. Then, based on the assessment findings, our trained physiotherapist will directly address your body’s imbalances through Reformer and mat work exercises. Clinical Pilates classes or one-on-one sessions can help with the treatment and prevention of pain and injuries including:

  • Low back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Hip & Knee pain
  • Arthritic pain
  • Pre- & postnatal conditions
  • Poor posture
  • Balance and falls prevention
  • Pre- & post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Hypermobility

WHO RUNS OUR PILATES CLASSES?

At Anytime Physio, all of our private and group Pilates classes are run by Physiotherapists who have completed extra training in Clinical Pilates. Unlike Pilates for fitness, Clinical Pilates is used by qualified Physiotherapists and is ideal for people with injuries, chronic pain or joint replacements.

PRIVATE CLINICAL PILATES

If you are experiencing pain or recovering from an injury, we recommend that you start with a Private Clinical Pilates session. This is a 1 on 1 session with a Physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates Instructor. A standard session is 30 minutes long and includes

  • a comprehensive assessment and diagnosis of your condition
  • exercises tailored to your condition
  • a detailed treatment plan including progression of exercises

 

Newstead Pilates with Anytime Physio
Newstead Reformer Pilates Class

GROUP CLINICAL PILATES

Many of our clients will progress from Private Clinical Pilates to Group Classes once their symptoms improve. The goal of Group Clinical Pilates is usually to move to higher level exercises tailored to preventing recurrence of the initial pain or injury. Group classes are usually 50 minutes long and exercises include mat Pilates, foam rolling, Theraband-based exercises, light dumbbell exercises and Reformer Pilates.

HOW MUCH DO PILATES SESSIONS COST?

Anytime Physio offers a range of options for Pilates sessions, ranging from private sessions, 1+1 sessions (with a friend) and small group classes. See our pricing page for our full list of Pilates services and pricing.