Clinical Pilates

A Pilates programme, following assessment from a physiotherapist, can be an effective way to rehabilitate you following a musculoskeletal issue, or just for general health and well being.

We offer a unique Clinical Pilates program at inline physio. which is a combination of Yoga and Pilates in a 45 minute exercise session.  Prior to joining our Group Clinical Pilates Classes, your Physiotherapist will perform an initial One-on-One biomechanical assessment on you and teach you the Principals of Pilates to help with your rehabilitation following a musculoskeletal issue or to improve your health as you strengthen your core.

When booking online into our classes, please make sure to go to the Group Sessions section to see the times available.

We also run 4 Yoga classes a week, ranging from restorative and beginners to a more advanced class.

A holistic approach to your health

At inline physio. we assess you as an individual - your lifestyle, physiology, priorities and needs - not just as a patient with a health problem. Our integrated approach means we are able to provide the most appropriate service to address your health issues and help you to manage your health in a proactive way.

Clinical Pilates Timetable

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday
7:30am7:30am
8:00am8:15am
8:30am8:45am8:30am8:30am8:30am
9:15am9:15am9:15am9:15am9:00am
4:30pm2:15pm
5:30pm5:15pm5:15pm
6:15pm6:00pm6:00pm
6:45pm

Making an appointment only takes a minute.

Please call us on 07 3289 6122 to make an appointment and begin your journey to better health!

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Dry Needling @ Inline Physio

What is Dry Needling?
Dry needling is the treatment of muscle related pain using acupuncture needles.

Which conditions respond well to Dry Needling therapy?
Because muscles are commonly involved in physical injuries, Dry Needling can help with conditions such as low back pain, neck pain, tension headaches, shoulder pain, golfer’s elbow, tennis elbow, knee pain, post exercise muscle soreness, plantar fasciitis, muscle tension/strains & joint stiffness.

How does it work?
Dry needling works by relaxing local points of contracted muscle fibres called "trigger points", reducing pain & restoring normal function. It has wide ranging effects including improving joint mobility, restoring optimal muscle activation, reducing muscle pain & even reducing inflamed soft tissues following acute injuries.

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