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Pilates Physiotherapy

Pilates physiotherapy treatment is done for people suffering from musculoskeletal impairments. This form of treatment is customised to an individual patient and their situation or injury. At TSIC, we are committed to helping our clients achieve health and wellness through a range of effective techniques. Your program is dynamic and progressive and you will feel the difference within 4 weeks.

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Service Overview

Pilates exercises forms the basis of our Pilates Physiotherapy program to correct underlying weakness or muscle imbalance, which often occurs due to technique error or previous pain & injury. Pilates physiotherapy treatment is usually recommended to people suffering from peripheral joint or muscular injuries. For example, chronic ankle sprain, which is prevalent in full contact sports, can be greatly assisted by a targeted Pilates Physiotherapy program. It can also help people suffering from back pain and or minor spinal injuries.

You will learn how to engage you muscles and carry this into your exercise to improve performance, efficiency and assist in preventing the risk of further injury. The core principle of this method is the strengthening of deep muscles involved in the location of the injury. The ultimate goal is to make these muscles stronger, so that they are able to endure more pressure and sustain longer periods of use, alleviating the injured body part, and in the long-term prevent recurring damage or disability. Although Pilates has been traditionally used for sports such as Dancing, Gymnastics and Calisthenics, the use and benefits of Pilates is widespread and practiced by many State and National level sporting teams. Together with our exercise physiology team, we will bring out every possible physical gain your body can produce and keep you at your peak performance.

Pilates Physiotherapy

Whether you are purely a recreational athlete, a competitive athlete or would simply like to get the most out of your body and reduce the risk of injury, improving your core stability will help in many aspects of your life. In 6 weeks you will know and feel the difference with our unique approach to core training. We offer specifically tailored programs designed to suit your body.

Added benefits of Pilates physiotherapy are:

  • Improved strength and muscle tone
  • Enhanced muscle elasticity
  • Reduced levels of stress
  • Improved mobility of joints
  • Decrease occurrence of back pain
  • Improved performance of the circulatory system
  • Flatter, toned abs
  • Better overall fitness

Do I need a referral?

No, you do not need a referral to do Pilates. Our trained Pilates instructors will assess your overall fitness and the state of your injury - if any, and then a custom exercise regimen will be created for you.

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