Why to start Clinical Pilates at ISO Physiotherapy

Clinical Pilates is a form of exercise that is designed to help people with specific health conditions or injuries. It is a highly effective way to rehabilitate and prevent further injury, and can be tailored to each individual’s needs. At ISO Physiotherapy, we offer Clinical Pilates sessions that are led by experienced and qualified Pilates Instructors. Here are 5 reasons why you should do Clinical Pilates at ISO Physiotherapy:

  1. Personalised programs At ISO Physiotherapy, we develop personalised Clinical Pilates sessions based on each patient’s individual needs and goals. Our physiotherapists assess each patient’s movement patterns and strength, and design a program that will address their specific areas of weakness and pain.
  2. Expert guidance our Clinical Pilates sessions are led by experienced instructors who are trained in movement assessment. They provide expert guidance and support throughout the program, helping patients to progress safely and effectively.
  3. Evidence-based approach Our Clinical Pilates sessions are based on the latest scientific evidence and research. We use evidence-based techniques to help patients recover from injury and improve their overall physical health.
  4. Focus on rehabilitation Clinical Pilates is a form of exercise that is specifically designed for rehabilitation. It helps patients to recover from injury and build strength and flexibility in a safe and controlled way.
  5. Convenient location and flexible scheduling which allows the patients to choose the times and days that work best for them.

In conclusion, Clinical Pilates is an effective way to rehabilitate and prevent further injury. At ISO Physiotherapy, our personalised programs, expert guidance, evidence-based approach, focus on rehabilitation, and convenient location and scheduling make us an excellent choice for anyone looking to improve their physical health and well-being.

5 Reasons to Start Pilates

Pilates is a low-impact form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility, and balance. In this blog, we will discuss the 5 benefits of why Pilates is good for everyone and how at ISO Physiotherapy, our experienced and skilled instructors work with physios to help you achieve your goals.

  1. Improves posture and alignment Pilates emphasises proper alignment and posture, which can help reduce pain and prevent injuries. By strengthening the core muscles that support the spine, Pilates can also improve balance and stability.
  2. Increases strength and flexibility, Pilates target specific muscle groups, including the abdominals, back, hips, and legs, to increase overall strength and flexibility. This can help improve performance in other activities, such as sports or everyday tasks.
  3. Reduces stress and promotes relaxation Pilates incorporates breathing techniques and mindful movement, which can help reduce stress and promote relaxation. This can have a positive impact on mental health and overall well-being.
  4. Helps manage chronic conditions Pilates can be beneficial for people with chronic conditions, such as back pain, osteoporosis, or arthritis. By strengthening muscles and improving flexibility, Pilates can help reduce pain and improve mobility.
  5. Customisable for all fitness levels Pilates can be modified to accommodate different fitness levels and abilities. This makes it accessible to everyone, from beginners to advanced athletes.

At ISO Physiotherapy, our instructors are experienced and skilled in teaching Pilates to people of all ages and fitness levels. They work closely with the ISO Physiotherapists to understand each client’s individual needs and goals, and develop customised programs to help them achieve their desired outcomes.

In conclusion, Pilates is a versatile form of exercise that offers numerous benefits for everyone. Whether you are looking to improve your posture, increase strength and flexibility, reduce stress, manage chronic conditions, or simply improve your overall fitness, Pilates can help.