Clinical Physiotherapy Group Classes

(Previously known as Clinical Pilates)

What is Clinical Physiotherapy

Previously known as Clinical Pilates, Clinical Physiotherapy is a specialised and individual exercise program designed by physiotherapists.

Clinical Physiotherapy blends the traditional Pilates method with physiotherapy rehabilitative exercise therapy.

Improve postural control, optimise motor patterning and address areas of weakness, tightness and instability

Programs incorporate mat-based exercises using small equipment such as hand weights, resistance bands and balls, as well as Clinical Pilates equipment such as the Wunda Chair, Reformer, Cadillac, Barrel Ladder and Spine Corrector.

Who would benefit

  • Clients requiring specific and individualised programs
  • Pregnant and post-partum women
  • Post surgical clients
  • Athletes and dancers needing sport-specific conditioning

What is the class format

Classes are run by our experienced physiotherapists for up to six clients, each following their own individual program. Prior to joining the group classes, clients undertake a full musculoskeletal assessment with the physiotherapist (60 minutes) including a real-time ultrasound assessment of core abdominal muscles.

The physiotherapist uses the findings of the assessment to develop an individualised, fully-tailored program to address the client’s specific needs. The therapist and client have further 1:1 appointments (30 minutes) to learn the exercises.

Can I claim using Private Health

Yes. Rebates are available for the initial assessment, 1:1s and group classes.

What are the benefits

improved sporting and functional performance
increased muscle tone
prevention and management of low back and neck pain
improved posture and core strength
increased flexibility and balance
safe exercise for pre and post natal women
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