Clinical Pilates

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Clinical Pilates is a Physiotherapy guided rehabilitation program designed to be individualised to each patient, working to reach your physical goals. Your Rehabilitation program is carried out using the reformer machines, resistance bands and weights in the clinic gym. 

The program is designed for patients to be independent using the provided equipment. You will be required to complete an initial assessment followed by 2-3 one on one sessions (depending on your experience with exercises) to learn your program. Once deemed safe by your Physiotherapist you may attend the clinic gym for a supervised class or on your own time. 

Clinical Pilates is focused on building strength, improving posture and core and toning muscles.

We recommend Pilates to all patients suffering from stiffness and difficulty holding good posture. Benefits also include decreasing pain from tendinopathies, disc bulges and osteoarthritis pain.



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The Process

At AFIA Physiotherapy, we create individualised programs based on your injury and goals. Everyone will follow the same process for learning their program before being able to practice independently.

  • Appointment with Physiotherapist and initial assessment.
  • Physiotherapist will assess your injury and develop a rehabilitation program for you.
  • 2-3 appointments with physiotherapist to learn your program.
  • Once deemed safe, you will be able to use the clinic gym in your own time.

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