Pilates has become more commonly used as a means to address spinal conditions. Clinical Pilates are often used by physiotherapists to improve core stability to reduce pain and enhance efficiency of movement. The emphasis of Pilates is to improve control of deep stabilising muscle of trunk which support spine.
Pilates is an exercise based treatment approach to strengthen core muscles with series of exercises while maintaining flexibility. Therefore, it can be aimed at any age, fitness or musculoskeletal condition and tailored to an individual’s needs and abilities.
Core stability training has become important part of sports rehabilitation and conditioning. Elite athletes combine Pilates with their sports training to improve their performance and avoid injuries.
The Pilates classes can be fun and more interactive, one-to-one sessions are sometimes necessary to focus on correcting technique and designing specific treatment approach to address the musculoskeletal conditions.
Pilates can help alleviate some musculoskeletal conditions by improving core stability, muscle control with increased fitness and flexibility; this reduces muscle imbalance and pain.
Some of the musculoskeletal conditions can be treated with the help of Pilates are low back pain, neck pain, postural issues, hypermobility issues and post abdominal surgery.
Pilates is also very helpful in pregnancy and after the birth of baby. Pilates helps improving your core and building pelvic floor in preparation for labour and then helps to regain your pre baby body after birth. It also reduces musculoskeletal conditions like low back pain during pregnancy and improves posture.
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