Clinical Exercise Classes

Our clinical exercises classes have been developed by our Physiotherapists to assist with injury management and performance enhancement.

Our Clinical exercise classes involve the use of Pilates equipment, light weights, theraband, fitballs, foam rollers and other small props.  These pieces of exercise equipment enables the participant to target specific muscle groups and joints effectively and efficiently. Our exercises involve a seamless mix of Pilates inspired movement, and functional movements and exercises to ensure that your goals of pain reduction, increased strength, endurance and core stability are all achieved.

At Impact Physiotherapy we have people of all ages and levels of fitness, from beginners to the advanced who participate in our Clinical exercise classes.  Because our classes are individualised we take into account any pre-existing injuries, aches and pain and tailor the exercises to achieve the outcomes that match your goals.

clinical exercise class timetable August 2019

Clinical Exercise focuses on:

  • Developing strength and control of the ‘core’ muscle groups such as the deep abdominal, pelvic floor, hip and back muscles.
  • Optimising flexibility throughout the body
  • Creating efficiency of movement by optimising strength and endurance of our deep and superficial muscles and;
  • Creating better awareness of breathing and posture in a range of different positions.

Clinical exercises are effective in enabling optimal movement in the body and enhancing overall health and fitness. The benefits of our clinical exercises include:

  • Improves core stability
  • Improves muscle strength, endurance, flexibility and tone
  • Optimises joint mobility
  • Improves posture
  • Corrects muscle imbalances
  • Improves coordination and balance
  • Relieves tension and stress
  • Facilitates rehabilitation and prevention of  injury
  • Complements other methods of exercise.

Conditions often helped by Clinical exercises include:

  • Low back pain
  • Neck pain,
  • Shoulder, hip, knee and ankle problems
  • Post surgery strengthening
  • Pre and post pregnancy fitness
  • Arthritis
  • Postural problems
  • Poor balance
  • General deconditioning

However our Clinical exercises aren’t just useful in rehabilitating problem areas, it can also be used effectively to improve optimal performance in areas such as:

  • Improving running technique
  • Increasing general fitness levels
  • Improving specific sporting ability- tennis, golf, dancing etc

As well as our general Clinical Pilates classes you can opt for our one-on-one sessions.

Clinical Exercise Classes at Impact

Your Clinical exercise sessions will commence with a one-on-one assessment with our Physiotherapist.  This assessment will identify the Clinical exercise program and exercises that will work best for you.  During this consultation our Physiotherapist will introduce you to five key posture, movement and breathing principles, the equipment and some exercises for you to commence at home.

Ongoing sessions are run semi-privately with a maximum of 3 people. All classes are conducted by one of our fully qualified physiotherapists.  All exercises are closely supervised to ensure correct technique and safety.  Exercises are progressed and changed according to your need. We focus on meeting objective measures and changing our measures as you reach your goals.

Please call us for our Clinical exercise timetable and for details of our one one one Clinical exercise classes.

Should you be interested in attending our Clinical exercise classes please call us on 9446 3833 to arrange an initial assessment appointment.

Please Note: A rebate for our Clinical exercise Classes will normally be claimable from your private health fund.

Book an appointment

To book an appointment or for more information please contact us.

Contact Us
Address: 4 Odin Road, Innaloo WA 6018 (View in Google maps) Phone: (08) 9446 3833  /  Fax: (08) 9446 3838 General enquiries:
Practice Hours
Mon - Fri: 7.00am - 7.00pm Sat: 8.00am - 2.00pm

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