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Everyone is different and the speed of recovery depends not only on the presenting level of dysfunction but also on the amount of pain, structural changes and the level of inflammation. Our experience in Hong Kong over the last 14 years has shown that significant improvements should be seen within 6 sessions with most clients finishing the Rehabilitation phase of treatment at around 10 sessions on average. At approximately the 8th session the client will be reassessed – using photos, video and our research outcome measures.

The majority of clients choose to continue attending Pilates as a Conditioning client in order to maximize their improvement. If your condition has not improved substantially within 10 sessions then your Physiotherapist will re-evaluate your condition in order to examine why you haven’t responded as expected and will devise an ongoing treatment plan.

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