What is Clinical Pilates?

Clinical Pilates is a form of therapeutic exercise used by physiotherapists in rehabilitative settings to aid in injury recovery and prevention.  It consists of low-impact exercises largely focused on the development of the deep core muscles making it well suited to improving postural strength, balance and general mobility.

Benefits of Clinical Pilates

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Injury Rehabilitation
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Improved Muscle Control and Strength
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Improved Balance
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Chronic Pain Management
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Injury Prevention
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Improved Flexibility and Mobility

Common Applications

where Pilates can help
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Osteoarthritis
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Hypermobility Conditions
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Prenatal, Antenatal and Postnatal Conditioning
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Athletic Performance and Cross Training
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Osteoporosis
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Back and Neck Pain
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Surgical Prehabilitation
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Surgical Rehabilitation
Meet your expert!
Laura Ramirez

Laura is focused on treating musculoskeletal/orthopedic conditions and various sports injuries in the private practice setting. She’s registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and has over 8 years of experience as a Pilates/fitness instructor.

Her treatments focus on education, the use of modalities, manual therapy, and exercise/Pilates to help patients reach their goals. For Laura exercise is the key to achieving a healthy life.

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