How is Pilates used to augment post rehab therapy?
Pilates is a gentle restorative exercise system and is suitable for post rehab fitness programs. It is well suited for most people as they recover from injury. Post Rehab Pilates is a definite partnership between Pilates experts and rehabilitation specialists. Both physical therapists and chiropractors are embracing the benefits of the Pilates post rehab exercises.
What are the benefits of Post Rehab Pilates when used to augment rehab therapy?
Post rehab pilates improves balance and coordination. A well balanced fitness program offers many benefits. Strength and flexibility are improved.While addressing the body as a whole, it allows focus to be placed on individual body parts and movement dysfunction while restoring your body better function. Mobility of joints, strengthening of the muscular system, integrity of our shoulders, hips, knees and spine… everything is interconnected and must all be addressed when managing or preventing aches, pains and degeneration. Pilates can be practiced for preventative measures as well as staying in shape following physical therapy. It can be adapted to meet the needs and goals each individual, and thus can be a safe way to exercise and move the body.
“Your history of osteoporosis: While I am not surprised that you have tackled this and won, with a combination of your vitamin D and your wonderful weightbearing exercise, the CoreAlign, Pilates, and the way that you eat, the osteoporosis is better without any prescription medications. In fact, your spine is excellent, and your hip has improved significantly, and barely even fits a diagnosis of osteoporosis.” August 9, 2017