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Pilates for Injury Rehabilitation

For many people with injuries, conventional exercises may be too strenuous or hard to tolerate. In contrast, Pilates exercises can be modified for each person whilst still being extremely effective for injury rehabilitation. In recent years, there have been numerous studies that prove the benefits of Pilates for rehab, due to the practice’s therapeutic nature and ability to reduce pain. At Gosforth Physio, our trained physiotherapists offer Pilates classes in Newcastle for strength, agility and injury rehabilitation.

Why Pilates?

Pilates is a whole-body exercise that provides a greater level of flexibility than most other physical therapies. Because many injuries are caused by muscular imbalances within the body, both mobility and stability are required in order to heal – which Pilates offers. The exercises within Pilates can be altered to suit the needs of each person, encompassing everything from very basic to more advanced movements. This means that Pilates can take individuals from the early stages of rehab, to having a fully functioning and well-conditioned body.

Learn to Move Without Pain

The very basis of injury rehabilitation is to create a positive movement experience. The more that your body is able to move without pain, the more confident you become, encouraging more movement. Pilates is the perfect platform for learning to move without pain, with its aims of rebalancing the muscular, joint, neural and central nervous systems of your body. Our Pilates classes for injury rehab in Newcastle are delivered by our team of APPI trained expert Physios, and are ideal for those looking for the next step to their injury recovery.

Book Pilates Classes Today

For more information about how Pilates can help your recovery, or to enquire about booking a class with our Newcastle physiotherapists, contact us today.

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