Custom Clinical Pilates

Peak Sports And Spine Centre offers Clinical Pilates, a form of physical exercise that focuses on posture, core stability, balance, control, strength, flexibility, and breathing.

Clinical Pilates focuses on the retraining and reconditioning of muscles to improve posture, strength and flexibility. We also combine Physiotherapy and Pilates for a holistic approach to reducing your pain and improving your physical condition.

What is Clinical Pilates?

At Peak our Clinical Pilates approach differs from traditional classes. Before starting Pilates at Peak, we perform an initial consultation, in which we learn about your goals, any previous injuries or problems. We then perform a full body assessment to look for any possible muscular or skeletal issues which could benefit from Clinical exercise. Once we have gathered information from our assessment, we work with you to create an individualised program to meet your personal goals.

Our athletes generally start with one-on-one sessions to ensure that they understand how to correctly perform the exercises and have an opportunity to try a variety of Pilates equipment. Once they feel comfortable with their program they can move into our small group Pilates classes.

Our classes are tailored to your goals as well as your needs each day. We don’t use “recipes” or blanket treatments, you will find each Pilates class unique.

How can we help

RCS_6553Some of the best research in Physiotherapy and rehabilitation focuses on therapeutic exercise as one of the most important modalities to treat Musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. Our Pilates programs are the perfect place to get expert advice and treatment on the best exercises for you, as well as ensuring that they are done correctly.

Who can benefit from Clinical Pilates?

Everyone can benefit from a Clinical Pilates Program. Some examples are listed below:

Do any of the below describe you?

  • Low back pain
  • Neck pain and stiffness
  • Joint pain (Knee, Hip, Shoulder)
  • Generalised stiffness and inflexibility
  • Training for a special event
  • Elderly or deconditioned
  • Returning to sport
  • Participating in competitive or elite sport

FAQs

You should check with your health fund, but in most cases the answer is yes. This is due to our programs being custom designed by qualified Physiotherapists.

Note:

At Peak we take a custom approach to your Pilates program. No pre-determined programs or “recipes”.