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· Develop core stability and control
· Maximise strength
· Enhance flexibility
· Increase mobility
· Improve balance and co-ordination
· Reduce your injury risk
· Rehabilitate from injury or surgery
· Improve pelvic floor function
At SquareOne Physio we offer 'Clinical Pilates' which means our Pilates classes are designed by Physiotherapists specifically for you and your individual requirements. Whether you are recovering from an injury, trying to prevent one or looking to improve your health, fitness or wellbeing our Pilates trained Physios have the expertise to guide you every step of the way.
Regardless of whether you are recovering from spinal surgery, are looking for a great way to exercise during your pregnancy or trying to build better stability to improve your running, your exercise program is tailored, appropriately progressed and re-assessed to ensure you reach your goals.
Scheduling your classes couldn't be any easier. Simply find your class below and click BOOK and follow the login process.
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Low back pain
Disc bulges or degeneration
Postural neck/back/shoulder pain
Clinical Pilates can...
- Improve Posture
- Improve Flexibility
- Reduce injury risk
- Reduce pain
- Have you heard of the Netball Knee Program?
- Lauren is Back in the Practice
- Back pain in pregnancy
- Tiered Pricing Structure
- Runners Knee
The Suncorp Super Netball series is heading into finals! Even though my team, the NSW Swifts have missed out this season, this netball fanatic will be glued to the screen watching some amazing athletes work their magic on the court!
Everyone told me that the first six months of my little girls life would go so quickly! Honestly wasn't so sure, I thought that I might get a bit bored while I wasn't working, after all I can't remember the last day I had off to "do nothing".
Pelvic Girdle Pain - What is PGP?
As many as 50% of women experience PGP during pregnancy. Happily, 90% of women recover from PGP within 12 months of having their baby. However, up to 10% of women can continue to have significant PGP and disability 2 years post-birth.
PGP refers to pain felt either in the back of the pelvis, on one or both sides and/or pain over the pubic joint. Pain in generally located between the top of the pelvis and the bottom of the buttocks. Pain may be referred into the buttock and/or down the leg, so it’s often confused with sciatica
PGP involving the pubic symphysis joint can also refer pain to the groin, inner thigh, lower abdomen and vaginal area.
PGP is a condition often misdiagnosed, misunderstood and poorly managed.
What causes PGP during pregnancy and after having a baby?
During pregnancy there are many changes that occur to your body that change the way it works. There are obvious changes that include:
· Your tummy growing, which stretches your abdomen and stomach muscles
· The weight of your baby sitting on your pelvic floor muscles throughout the pregnancy, providing a slight stretch to them
· Your centre of gravity, or balance point, moving forward as your tummy grows, which adds increased load to your back and challenges your balance
Less obvious are the hormonal changes that occur, right from the first trimester, which changes the ‘stretchiness’ of your ligaments. Relaxin is one of the hormones responsible for this increase in ligament laxity, as it changes the collagen structure of your connective tissue (which makes up ligaments). Connective tissue, including ligaments, helps control your joints and support your pelvic floor muscles.
Last month we welcomed Sol into the Titled Physio fold after she completed her Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.
SquareOne now have 5 Titled Physios - with only 1500 in Australia we sit well above the average for your average Physio clinic! (FYI -there are only 10 at the Australian Institute of Sport)
Any wonder SquareOne continues to be the preferred Physio provider for Mosman and surrounds.
On 1st July we will move to a tiered pricing structure for our Physiotherapy consults to reflect the extra knowledge, expertise and case management you receive when seeing one of our Titled Physios.
"Running will ruin your knees," a phrase I’m sure we have all heard. Despite what your well-meaning but potentially ill-informed neighbours, co-workers, and relatives may have told you, there's no evidence that regular running damages knees.