Clinical Pilates

Clinical Pilates is a physiotherapist-led form of body training for improved posture, balance, core stability, strength, flexibility, and breathing.

Clinical Pilates is a form of body training that was developed by Joseph Pilates in Germany in the early 20th century. It is a low-impact exercise that focuses on the core and crucial muscle groups in the human body. Clinical Pilates is often used by physiotherapists to help patients recover from injuries or improve their overall health and fitness.

Clinical Pilates can offer a wide range of benefits, including improvements to:

  • Posture by strengthening the core muscles and stretching the spine.
  • Balance and control by training the body to move in a coordinated and efficient manner.
  • Core stability by strengthening the muscles of the abdomen, back, and pelvis.
  • Strength by targeting all the major muscle groups in the body.
  • Flexibility by stretching the muscles and joints.
  • Breathing by strengthening the respiratory muscles and improving the body's ability to oxygenate the blood.

Clinical Pilates
I went here for post-operative treatment on my left knee. I had a physiotherapist named Laura, and she was great. She talked me through the exercises I needed to do when I went home and was great to chat with during the knee therapy session.
Ben T.Albany Creek, Queensland


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Where Do You Offer Clinical Pilates?

With over 47 practices spread across Australia, we're sure to be nearby and ready when you need us. Take a look at this map to find out if the nearest PhysioChoice practice to you offers Clinical Pilates as a service!