Clinical Pilates

Pilates exercises which are modified and adapted by physiotherapists in a clinical setting to make them more suitable for a variety of patients suffering from pains and aches. . Like Physiotherapists from many parts of the world, we have also recognized this unique technique and modified it according to the requirement of our valuable clients.

Why Pilates in Physiotherapy?

  • Strengthening weak muscles, and stretch the tight ones, has always been an important concept in Pilates which helps in postural correction and relieves various aches and pains of the body, making it a very powerful therapeutic device in Physical Therapy. From physical therapy perspective Pilates exercises had been proved to be beneficial in many areas.
  • Pilates emphasizes on proximal stability (pelvic stability, scapular stability) with distal mobility (movements of arms and legs) which helps in stabilizing the torso while performing a wide range of slow, specific and smooth movements. Thus forms a very beneficial part of post-mastectomy rehabilitation, post fracture rehabilitation and useful in prenatal and postnatal conditions.
  • Doing Pilates doesn’t over train one group of muscles or under train another group; it evenly conditions and balances the body as a whole. Thus improves athletic & sports performance and helps physiotherapists to deal with sports injuries with greater ease.

At REVIVE these mat based slow, gentle and relaxing exercises are integrated with physiotherapy to prevent and/or treat the following conditions:

  • Chronic Back and Neck Problems
  • Postural abnormalities
  • Sciatica
  • Frozen Shoulder and similar conditions
  • Arthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Neurological disorders like Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis
  • Geriatric Health
  • Post-surgical and Post-traumatic conditions like TKR, THR and Abdominal surgery
  • Women’s health: prenatal and postnatal condition, caesarian section, hysterectomy, post-menopausal period, osteoporosis, post-mastectomy rehabilitation, urinary incontinence, POCD.
  • Sports physiotherapy and sports fitness

Before planning a suitable exercise regime, an initial physiotherapy and postural assessment of the patient is carried out by our qualified physiotherapist and Pilates instructor.

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