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Clinical Pilates

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What is clinical pilates?

Pilates was originally developed by Joseph Pilates in the 1920's.

Pilates is an exercise programme that targets the deep postural muscles of the body to improve overall central core stability and posture. Clinical pilates is the use of pilates exercises which have been adapted by physiotherapists to make them more suitable for patients with back and neck pain, and those recovering from injury.

Evidence supports the use of the pilates method in the prevention and rehabilitation of back injuries. By retraining the deep abdominal and spinal muscles, pilates can help to prevent the recurrence of back pain in combination with correct back care and advice, and gentle aerobic activity.

What to expect?

Clinical pilates is a relaxing and gentle form of exercise. At The Abbey Clinic these exercises can be given to a client following a thorough physiotherapy assessment.  The sessions are run as one to one sessions to ensure the physiotherapists can work closely with each client in order that  the exercises are carried out correctly.  By completing pilates exercises regularly, it can help to improve your posture, strength and flexibility.

 

Clinical Pilates Fees
Treatment Appointment Length Price
Clinical Pilates Assessment 45 mins £51.00
Clinical Pilates follow on Appointment 30 mins £51.00
Clinical Pilates extended follow on Appointment 45 mins £76.50
Clinical Pilates short Appointment 15 mins £25.50

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