The improvement and maintenance of correct body posture through clinicaltherapeutic exercise aims at skeletal alignment, thus contributing to a continuing result.
- Therapeutic exercise programmes are carried out under the supervision of physiotherapists – Pilates Instructors.
- Integration into a group is based on each persons’ problem – dysfunction.
- The choice of exercises is made according to the group of patients’ dysfunction.
- The programme can be personalized or in small groups.
What is Clinical Pilates?
Clinical Pilates was started by Australian physiotherapists, who developed and promoted the original Pilates method and have as a basic component the use of Pilates equipment.
The specialized equipment consists of:
- reformer - Tower - chair
- A series of springs, balls, straps and pulleys are adjusted by a qualified trainer to be the ideal method of muscle activation.
After 10 lessons you will feel the difference, after 20 lessons you will see the difference and after 30 lessons you will have a completely new body.
Benefits of clinical pilates
- Maintaining the effect of the treatment and completion of the rehabilitation.
- Improvement of posture through the strengthening of “stabilized spinal muscles”.
- Improvement of balance and increase of mobility.
- Examination and improvement of diaphragmatic breathing.
- Excellent method for restoring injuries and chronic diseases based on international literature.
- Aids pain management and dysfunctions.