Clinical Pilates identifies specific issues with your body and works towards correcting these to enhance your strength, flexibility, stability, posture and physical well-being.
Clinical Pilates is a form of physical exercise that often helps treat injuries. It is commonly used with lower back pain. It focuses on switching on / recruiting the stabilizing musculature and gaining control of these muscles. Clinical Pilates is very posture oriented and is or should be specific for each individual’s body posture. Sure you can go and do a Pilates class however if you really want to get the benefit from this type of training then you need to get one on one training. Every body and posture is different and should be trained with this fact specifically in mind.
You don’t need to be injured to utilise Clinical Pilates exercises in your training, however this type of exercise will only help prevent pain, muscle tightness, and injury. Get this method in your training now as it will definitely prevent pain!
"She gives a history of 10 years of left shoulder pain on and off, for which she has had numerous treatments including chiropractic and physio, but the only thing that has made any major difference has been the work done by yourself."