One on One Clinical Pilates at Fixio

When Joseph Pilates created his new method of physical training in the 1920’s, he named it ‘Contrology’ due to the immense focus on control of the body and mind. The goal being to improve your balance, core stability, and posture while strengthening your muscles and increasing flexibility.

Pilates was developed over the course of many years, with a combination of anatomy training, acrobatics, Yoga principles, and ancient Greek and Roman methods of training all adding up to what we see as modern Pilates.

In the hands of a highly trained professional, it can also be used as a treatment for specific musculoskeletal conditions.  Unlike Pilates for fitness, one-on-one sessions of Clinical Pilates Dee Why are used by qualified Physiotherapists who have completed extensive training to help treat:

  • Neck pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Pre and postnatal conditions
  • Prehabilitation and rehabilitation when surgery is needed
  • Shoulder pain
  • Hip and Knee pain
  • Arthritis pain
  • Poor posture

This is an unprecedented time for most Australians, but we have to remember we don’t have to do it all alone.

One-on-One Pilates instruction is safe and hygienic.

Since COVID-19 was officially declared a pandemic by the WHO on March 11th, Governments have shutdown non-essential services, essentially halted the economy and implemented strict social distancing protocols.

Clinical Pilates sessions at Fixio on the Northern Beaches adheres to all of them.

Keeping our distance on your first visit we will:

  • Take you through a thorough, private assessment of your body
  • Assess your neuromuscular control and identify your natural movement patterns
  • Then, our trained physiotherapist will directly address your body’s imbalances through prescribed exercises.

Fixio’s One-on-One Clinical Pilates prescriptions are designed to:

  • Improve your flexibility and balance
  • Help you find your ideal posture and body tone
  • Strengthen important muscles during and post pregnancy
  • Improve your pelvic floor function

A one-on-one Pilates Dee Why class includes a full assessment so that our Physiotherapists can tailor an individual programme that targets your specific condition, needs, and limitations.

Clinical Pilates helps to increase Core strength and reduce back pain

Spine stabilisation and keeping a correct posture is essential to keeping recurring back injuries at bay.[1] Strengthening your core is the key to ensuring this process is maintained regularly. During your one-on-one  Clinical Pilates session at Fixio, your physiotherapist will focus on targeting those muscles that are most important, while bringing your attention to the control and feel of how the exercises affect your muscles to increase your own awareness of your body. Many people are not aware that core strength plays a large part in a number of everyday activities including: sitting for long periods of time, lifting weight, playing sports and even standing.[2] The more you work on and are aware of your core the less pain will suffer.

One-on-One Clinical Pilates sessions may also be eligible for a rebate from your health insurer

Those looking for a one-on-one Pilates classes on the Northern Beaches can find them at our clinic. Our Sports physios are experts on how the body functions and moves, making Clinical Pilates safe for anyone of any age or fitness level.

Clinical Pilates sessions at Fixio Dee Why are designed and run by experienced physiotherapists, experts in musculoskeletal function and rehabilitation. Clinical Pilates at Dee Why has never been so personalised. Each session is conducted as an individualised program suitable for all ages and levels of fitness.

For more information on Pilates for your condition, give us a call on (02) 8964 4086 or book an appointment.

[1] Lis, A. M., Black, K. M., Korn, H., & Nordin, M. (2006). Association between sitting and occupational LBP. European spine journal : official publication of the European Spine Society, the European Spinal Deformity Society, and the European Section of the Cervical Spine Research Society, 16(2), 283-98.

[2] Hsu, S. L., Oda, H., Shirahata, S., Watanabe, M., & Sasaki, M. (2018). Effects of core strength training on core stability. Journal of physical therapy science, 30(8), 1014-1018.

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