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What is the Difference between Rehabilitation Pilates and Conditioning Pilates?

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Some clients are referred by their Doctor or other health professionals to attend our clinic for Rehabilitation Pilates. They have ongoing pain, structural or movement dysfunctions that require close attention, continual adaptation of treatment and regular contact with their Doctor and other treating health professionals. If the client is claiming back the cost of treatment from their insurer, detailed reports and progress letters are often required by the insurer. Their treatment progress will be more gradual and the exercises will be at a more basic level.

A typical Conditioning Pilates client presents with a postural issue such as post-pregnancy and poor work posture that generally doesn’t cause significant pain or restriction of daily activities. Their progress will be more rapid, the difficulty of their exercises more challenging and they will be more independent during their exercise sessions.

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