Our Clinical Pilates program is a major part of both our injury rehabilitation and ongoing fitness programs at Central Performance. It is an individualised system of Pilates exercise that is clinically proven and specifically tailored to each client’s needs. We use a combination of specialised Pilates equipment including the reformer, Wunda chair and barrel as well as floor and resistance band exercises to target problem areas.
Many gyms and studios offer Pilates exercise classes – the difference here is the individual tailoring of your program even when participating in group exercise sessions. Having a personalised program rather than simply a generic workout is vital when using Pilates exercise for back and neck pain, posture-related pain and pre-post natal problems.
Clinical Pilates treats injuries using a direction-specific program that is determined by thorough history taking and physical assessment by a specially trained physiotherapist. It also highlights left-right asymmetries in your body, and your program is tailored to correct these imbalances.
At Central Performance we have small group classes with a maximum of four participants per class. Each person in the group does their own personal program under the close supervision of our physiotherapist instructors. This delivers the ideal balance of personalised attention and feedback while still building a fun, social and supportive feel within the groups.
Clinical Pilates is great for building all-round fitness as well as managing injuries, enhancing postural control and core strength, improving body awareness and increasing flexibility. It is ideal for you if you have:
The Clinical Pilates program at Central Performance is run by Ruben Caetano, an experienced physiotherapist and Level 3 Certified Clinical Pilates Instructor. Ruben has extensive experience in exercise prescription both in one-on-one and group settings. He uses Pilates principles to help people of all exercise abilities to progress from basic movement control through to functional training requiring high-level strength, stability and flexibility. His high-level sporting background means that he really understands the importance of fine-tuning exercise programs for each individual’s goals, body type, injury history and physical fitness. If you have any questions feel free to call Ruben on 9280 2322 or contact us.
Before joining group classes you are advised to complete our ReForm Program so that the Clinical Pilates Physio can gain a greater understanding of your ability, goals and fine-tune a program tailored to your needs. If you have any questions regarding Clinical Pilates, feel free to call Ruben on 9280 2322 to discuss your situation.
No. You can commence Clinical Pilates at any time whether you have previously seen a physiotherapist or not. No internal or external referral is needed. If you are unsure whether you need physiotherapy or Clinical Pilates, feel free to call Ruben on
9280 2322 to discuss your situation.