Pilates and Clinical Exercise pathways

Pilates - Rehabilitation of injuries and Osteoporosis - Reformer, Trapeze Lilyfield Physio

What is the right type of exercise for you?

There is no ‘one size fits all’ with exercise approaches. Exercise needs to be specific to your problem and your program will be structured to relate to your performance goals, enabling you to load safely and strengthen wisely.

  1. Releasing, stretching and moving tight muscles
  2. Strength and conditioning (Safe and progressive loading of weak muscles)
  3. Balance and skill
  4. Structured cardiovascular exercise (walking, running, swimming, cycling)

Pilates Programs

Pilates exercise programs are a valuable addition to many exercise programs at Lilyfield Physio as one method of neuromuscular training. The exercises are generally directed at core muscle control, facilitating trunk movement and thereby increasing your options to move well. This will enable you to build a repertoire of good movement patterns which work for you.

The term ‘Clinical Pilates’ is used to describe an exercise program prescribed by a Physiotherapists or Exercise Physiologist and is frequently recommended for the rehabilitation of current or long-standing injuries. 

Our senior Physios and Exercise Physiologists work together to ensure that your exercise program is continually progressed and directed towards your individual performance goals.