Clinical Exercise Camberwell
Clinical Exercise and Pilates reformer tailored to your health and well being goals
Back In Motion Camberwell
1/1150 Toorak Road, Camberwell
Whether you’re wanting to improve your flexibility, core strength or your posture, Back In Motion offers Clinical Exercise and reformer Pilates facilitated by qualified physios.
Many gyms and exercise studios offer Clinical Exercise these days, but few places offer personalised and tailored programs to help you recover, achieve your goals sooner and help stay injury-free.
Why should I do Clinical Exercise & Pilates at Back In Motion?
Our qualified physios supervise you during class to offer you a safe and effective program.
When you do Clinical Exercise with us, you’re in a smaller class with an individual program designed just for you – so you’ll progress faster and are less likely to get injured.
What equipment is available at Back In Motion?
We offer a range of specialised Pilates equipment, including reformers, trapeze tables and floor-based exercises to help you progress and achieve your health and fitness goals.
Who will benefit the most out of Clinical Exercise & Pilates?
Clinical Exercise can benefit everyone – from the elite athlete wanting to improve their core strength, to a beginner seeking to improve their flexibility and muscle strength.
We recommend all of our Back In Motion clients try Clinical Exercise at least once. Once you see the results and feel the benefits, you'll be hooked!
What are the health benefits of Clinical Exercise & Pilates?
The health benefits of Clinical Exercise include improved flexibility, increased muscle strength and tone, core stability, improved balance, spine stabilisation and improved posture.
Clinical Exercise is a special method of exercise, which focuses attention on core postural muscles that help keep the human body balanced and provide support for the spine. The initial method was developed by Josef Pilates in the early 1900’s to assist dancers in their performance, by improving their muscle balance, flexibility and coordination. He also found it very useful in rehabilitation and prevention of injuries.
Clinical Exercise exercises teach awareness of optimal alignment of the spine, and strengthen the deep torso and abdominal muscles. The exercises integrate whole body movement, postural alignment, breathing control, coordination and spinal stability. They are performed on the floor, physio-ball, Pilates roller or Pilates reformer.
In gym based Pilates usually all participants are instructed to perform the same regime of exercises altogether, without tailoring to the needs of each class member. Clinical Exercise is conducted by a qualified Physiotherapist and involves a tailored and individualised program based on specific assessment findings and goals. As client’s improve, the intensity (complexity of movement and resistance) of their program is safely progressed.
Core stability is mentioned frequently in gym and Pilates programs. Previously core muscle training involved strengthening of the global muscles; the large abdominals (six-pack muscles), obliques and erector spine muscles (large rod-like muscles either side of your spine). However, more recently research has shown that it is the deeper abdominal and spinal muscles that provide stabilization to the spine. The global and the deeper muscles must work together to protect the spine from injury.
Core stability refers to muscular control around the lower back/hip/pelvic region. In the past it was believed these muscles needed to be strengthened to provide stability. However, strength is not the only, nor the most important quality of these muscles. Correct activation, isolation and endurance of these muscles is much more important.
The most important core muscles are transversus abdominis (TA), multifidus and the deep neck flexors.
Evidence has shown that JUST ONE episode of inhibits (switches off) the core muscles. These muscles lose strength and activation and therefore fail to provide adequate core support to the spine. Without support from these core muscles the spine is vulnerable to further injury.
Practicing the Clinical Exercise methods regularly will rehabilitate, prevent re-injury, and enhance performance following any musculoskeletal injury.
Clients wishing to begin Clinical Exercise will undergo an assessment to determine their goals so that an individualised program can be designed by the assessing physiotherapist. Clients will then complete one-on-one Clinical Exercise sessions to ensure their technique is sufficient prior to commencing semi-private supervised group sessions. Our sessions run for 50 minutes and can be claimed under Private Health Insurance if you have extras cover for Physiotherapy.
We have 34 Clinical Exercise classes per week to accommodate our client’s busy schedules, see our Clinical Exercise class timetable .
To ensure you are comfortable during your Clinical Exercise sessions, you should wear something loose fitting and easy to move in.
For more information about our Clinical Exercise programs contact us on 9889 3903 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out our Physios completing a Clinical Exercise challenge
We provide physiotherapy, massage and clinical Pilates sessions including one-on-one and semi-private classes. Because all our services are delivered by clinically trained physiotherapists, you can claim them on private health insurance with extras cover.
Where most physio practices charge more for your initial consultation, we'll assess your injury or pain for FREE, meaning you can get a diagnosis and opinion on management at no cost.
If you are not 100% satisfied with your experience at Back In Motion, we will refund your money and deliver your next session free. Our commitment is to ensure you receive the very best in physiotherapy care, customer service and clinical outcomes.