DMA Clinical Pilates was founded by Craig Phillips in 1988 as a result of finding positive connections between Pilates exercises and spinal stability research. He had previously noticed that as many patients were progressing from physiotherapy programs to gym workouts their original symptoms were becoming aggravated. Pilates based exercise, he found, seemed to better fit the needs of his clients, particularly when retraining and optimising the recruitment of the deep stabilising muscles needed to assist in treating low back pain.
At Glenbrook Physiotherapy we use DMA Clinical Pilates to assess and then treat the whole person. By offering a personalised assessment prior to any treatment session or class we are able to sub-group your individual symptom presentation and develop an exercise program tailored to your needs.
Come in for a 1-hour personalised assessment aimed at ensuring that your program is tailored to you and your health and well-being needs.
Group sessions will be available as per our timetable below.
Each class will run for 45 minutes and be limited to a maximum of 4 participants. This will ensure that all members of the group have access not only to the equipment but also the Physiotherapist taking the class.
Individual sessions can be booked by appointment, either by phone or email or in person at the end of a session.
NB: All costs can be subsidised by your Private Health Insurance. If you are unsure, please contact your Health Insurance provider for further information regarding your level of cover.