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Free Pilates Session- Pilates For Back, Hip and Pelvis Pain

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At Central Performance, we understand how debilitating injuries or chronic issues like back, hip and pelvis pain can be. We also know that starting something new can be daunting. That’s why we’re excited to offer you a complimentary come-and-try session of Clinical Pilates at our Surry Hills clinic, allowing you to experience its transformative benefits first-hand.

Recurrent pain or long-term injuries like back pain, hip pain or pelvic girdle pain can be caused by various factors including muscle imbalance, previous injuries, poor motor (movement) control and weak muscles. Unlike acute pain, which typically resolves within a few days or weeks with physio, recurrent or chronic pain persists over time or comes-and-goes, often becoming a long-term issue that can significantly impact your day-to-day life.

How Can Clinical Pilates Help?

Clinical Pilates is run by Physiotherapists with in-depth knowledge of anatomy, pathology and rehabilitation exercise prescription. They offer a holistic approach to managing recurrent and chronic pain through Clinical Pilates by targeting the underlying causes of pain and dysfunction. This includes:

Research shows that your deep core muscles (namely your transverse abdominis, pelvic floor muscles, diaphragm and multifidus) are vital to achieve support and stability for your spine and pelvis. In people with low back pain and pelvic pain these muscles are not as strong as they should be. A founding principle of Clinical Pilates is to restore correct activation and co-ordination of these muscles, and then rebuild strength to support your back and pelvis.

Clinical Pilates can reduce your pain by improving your movement mechanics and co-ordination. Improving the co-ordination of your muscles during movement reduces the chance of abnormal or compensatory movement patterns that can contribute to pain.

Tight muscles and restricted range of motion can exacerbate your pain. Clinical Pilates includes mobility exercises and controlled movements to improve flexibility, relieve tension and reduce discomfort.

A great feature of Clinical Pilates is that is involves a wide range of exercises that allow you to progress easily from gentle movements through to more challenging exercises. This helps you to build confidence in your body’s ability to exercise and become strong again.

Is Clinical Pilates Suitable For My Type of Pain?

Pilates is suitable for many injuries and recurrent pain including:

  • Chronic & recurrent back pain
  • Disc degeneration & disc herniation
  • Sciatica
  • Spondylosis
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Facet joint syndrome
  • Sacroiliac joint (SIJ) pain
  • Pelvic & pelvic floor muscle pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Recurrent hip bursitis
  • Tendinopathy (glute, hamstring)
  • Hip impingement (“FAI”)
  • Total Hip Replacement
  • Labral tears of the hip
  • Hypermobility
  • Femur or pelvic bony stress reactions

Come and Try Clinical Pilates For Free

If you’ve thought about trying Pilates but never had the chance, now is the time! Come and join us for a complimentary group Clinical Pilates session designed specifically for people with low back, hip or pelvic pain. Led by our experienced physiotherapists, your session includes:

1. An introduction to Clinical Pilates by one of our Pilates physios

2. Experience how it feels to activate your core muscles correctly for spinal and pelvic stability

3. Enjoy mobility exercises to relieve tension

4. Personalised modifications to accommodate your individual abilities and limitations

5. Guidance on helping you to feel what it’s like to move with correct body mechanics to reduce strain on your back

6. The opportunity to ask lots of questions

BOOK IN TODAY – PLACES ARE STRICTLY LIMITED


Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis. Reserving your spot is simple

1. Click on the button below to visit our contact page

2. Enter your name, email and phone in the boxes at the top

3. In the “Your Message” box put Free Pilates

PLEASE NOTE: If you would like to come and try Pilates but these session time doesn’t work for you then please type in another day/time that would work for you, as we may be able to offer alternative session times depending on demand.

4. One of our team will contact you to confirm your session

Don’t let back pain hold you back. Come and try Clinical Pilates.


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