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Clinical Exercise - A mind-body exercise

Published: 25 February 2021

 

A systematic review conducted by Wells et al. (2012) defined Clinical Exercise as a mind-body exercise that can improve:

  • Posture
  • Core (strength, endurance and control)
  • Stability
  • Balance
  • Control
  • Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Breathing
  • Coordination

What is Clinical Exercise?

Clinical Exercise is a subsection of traditional Pilates taught by trained physiotherapists or other qualified professionals using an evidence-based approach.

At Motion Health, our physiotherapists will perform a thorough initial assessment to assist us in tailoring a program specific to achieving your goals.

Whether you want to work towards injury prevention, rehabilitation, maintenance, or optimising your performance; our supervised and personalised programs will guide you there.

Clinical Exercise has had great success in a range of populations including runners, athletes, pregnant women, and individuals who suffer from neck or back pain!

We offer private and semi-private classes using innovative equipment such as reformers and trapeze tables in conjunction with mat-based exercises.

In conjunction with Clinical Exercise, we use real-time ultrasound for muscle retraining of the transversus abdominis and pelvic floor.

Individuals can also use their private health insurance for these services.

Want to find out more? Find your local practice.

Author

Christina Li - Physiotherapist at Back In Motion Clayton