Pilates is a method of body conditioning that uses strengthening, stretching, and breathing to develop the core of the body and supporting muscle groups, including inner and outer thighs, pelvic floor, and the upper back. Pilates can improve your posture, body awareness, breathing, coordination, and athletic performance.

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Pilates training can enhance your rehabilitation program by:

  • Correcting faulty movement patterns
  • Enhancing foundation for balanced movement
  • Increasing core stabilization
  • Improving muscle balance and mobility
  • Developing body awareness
  • Improving efficiency of movement and athletic performance
  • Gaining mind-body awareness with movement

Physical therapy uses core strengthening to treat musculoskeletal dysfunction. Combining Pilates with traditional physical therapy enhances patient rehabilitation, produces positive long-term treatment outcomes, and reduces the likelihood of re-injury.

Getting started

Our Pilates-trained or Stott Pilates® certified physical therapists will perform a comprehensive assessment and use the results to design a personalized Pilates-based rehabilitation program.

Your Pilates-based plan may include mat-based training, reformer-based training, and equipment-based training.

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