Your Pilates experience at Restore Physiotherapy & Pilates begins with a 45min assessment from one of our experienced physiotherapists. The assessment involves a discussion of relevant medical history and circumstances surrounding your injury/condition. The physiotherapist will also assess your movement patterns, strength, stability, and flexibility of relevant areas of the body. Following your assessment the physiotherapist will create an individualized Pilates program, consisting of exercises specifically targeted to your injury or condition.
Following your comprehensive assessment, it is time to commence your rehabilitative process. Again our experienced physiotherapists will guide you through your specifically targeted Pilates exercises. These sessions ensure that you are performing these exercises correctly, maximising optimal benefit to your body, returning you back to the activities you want to be doing
Once you have established an understanding of your Pilates exercises, clients then move into groups. These small groups are again supervised by our experienced Pilates physiotherapists. Groups are kept small (no more than 3 in a group) to ensure optimal supervision and correction ensuring you achieve your goals faster.
As with any form of exercise and rehabilitation, your program and exercises need to be progressed to ensure continued improvement. Goals also change as you start to return to activities and pursuits. The Pilates Review revisits your goals and monitors your progress to ensure that your Pilates program is best tailored to your needs.