Pilates London Bridge: Professional Osteopilates and London Osteopathy Clinic
Do you have non-specific back pain or stiff shoulders due to bad posture? Are you suffering from arthritis or other debilitating conditions? Clinical Pilates could be the answer to your needs. This form of low-impact physical activity can help you regain mobility and strengthen your body whilst also losing weight and getting in shape. No matter the issue, at London Osteopathy Clinic we can help.
What is Pilates?
Pilates is a type of physical activity that focuses on reinforcing your body strength and balance. It is often used by people who want to lose weight, but specific clinical Pilates – also called osteopilates – is also a powerful therapeutic activity that can treat many musculoskeletal and mental health issues.
Can Anybody do Pilates?
Pilates is a form of low-impact physical activity suitable for most people. It is indicated to athletes recovering after an injury, people with arthritis or other mobility issues, pregnant women, the elderly, or overweight people who want to achieve their weight losing goals.
You should, however, ask your GP’s advice before joining a Pilates class if you suffer from high blood pressure, arrhythmia, severe osteoporosis, or if you have or have had blood clots in your legs or any other parts of your body.
Bespoke Osteopilates Tailored to Your Needs
At London Osteopathy Clinic, we aim to give you the best treatments and solve your issues effectively. Our specialists use a combination of observation, questioning, and diagnosis to identify your ailments and develop the best Pilates training for your individual needs. Here are some of the problems our training classes can solve:
- Bad posture: Whether you’re a desk worker, a driver, or haven’t maintained a good posture over the years, our specialists can help you correct your posture and resolve pain issues.
- Ligament tone: Through Pilates, we can help fix any ligament issues to reduce or eliminate any related pain or discomfort.
- Muscle strength: Pilates can reinforce your muscles and help you build muscle mass. This type of workout can help you recover after an injury or regain your strength after a prolonged break, lose weight, and improve your balance.
Do you have questions or are not yet convinced Pilates is good for you? Get in touch. At London Osteopathy Clinic, our trained osteopaths are also competent Pilates instructors who can advise you on the best treatment course and design bespoke training plans for you. Give us a call or book your Pilates class near London Bridge.
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