Pilates

Clinical Pilates and Mat Pilates Classes are proven to be a safe and effective form of exercise which is suitable for anyone of any age and of any fitness or ability.

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Pilates

Pilates is long proven to be a safe and effective form of exercise which is suitable for anyone of any age and of any fitness or ability.

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Pilates improves aspects such as strength, flexibility, co-ordination and posture with a strong focus on training your postural and stability muscles, making it ideal for those recovering from injuries and perfect for those looking for fitness and muscle toning.

Through Pilates you will learn to gain control of your body so that you understand ‘how’ to move. In this way, the physical gains you make will become functional, meaning that your day to day activities become easier and more efficient.

Recent scientific research in the field of Physiotherapy supports the key features and principles of the method. Thus our physiotherapists have undergone extensive training so that they can use Pilates as part of the rehabilitation process.

Clinical Pilates

 

Clinical Pilates

Clinical Studio Pilates focuses on posture, core stability, balance, control, strength, flexibility, and breathing.¬†Each client undergoes an intial one-on-one assessment and introduction and they then receive a customised programme which is supervised and modified constantly by one of our Pilates Physiotherapists. ¬†Group sizes are very small ‚Äď between 1-4 clients per Physiotherapist to enable close monitoring and progression of exercises.

Mat Pilates

 

Mat Classe Times: Thursday 6pm

Mat Pilates

Mat Pilates classes incorporate Pilates exercises to improve strength and muscle activation of key areas including postural muscles, gluteals and the muscles surrounding your shoulder blade. These classes are suitable for those wanting to participate in low-impact exercise to help improve over-all muscle tone and flexibility.

Clinical Pilates

We have Clinical Pilates Classes running all through the week.

Clinical Pilates

Clinical Studio Pilates focuses on posture, core stability, balance, control, strength, flexibility, and breathing.¬†Each client undergoes an intial one-on-one assessment and introduction and they then receive a customised programme which is supervised and modified constantly by one of our Pilates Physiotherapists. ¬†Group sizes are very small ‚Äď between 1-4 clients per Physiotherapist to enable close monitoring and progression of exercises.

Mat Pilates

 

Mat Classe Times: Thursday 6pm

Mat Pilates

Mat Pilates classes incorporate Pilates exercises to improve strength and muscle activation of key areas including postural muscles, gluteals and the muscles surrounding your shoulder blade. These classes are suitable for those wanting to participate in low-impact exercise to help improve over-all muscle tone and flexibility.

HOW DO YOU START?

There will be an initial assessment split into two parts, preformed by our physiotherapist, who will assess you and take a full injury history.

Part 1:
‚ÄčIs an extended appointment, approximately 40 minutes, including¬†a ‚ÄėReal Time Ultrasound‚Äô. The Real Time Ultrasound helps to identify any issues with muscle activation. From there the Physiotherapist can help teach you how to correctly activate your pelvic floor and give feedback about correct muscle activation.

Part 2:
Is a normal 20 minute consultation with the Physiotherapist and includes specialised exercises with the patient.

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Can You Claim Health Insurance?

All our instructors are qualified Physiotherapists so Ancillary Health Insurance Rebates may apply.

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What Next?

From there you will join our supervised sessions in our specialized studio. Over a series of sessions the physiotherapist will devise a personalized program specific to your needs and any injuries that you may have.

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Want to Book a Class?

Bookings are essential, bookings can be made over the phone 9279 7411 or by email.

Please note that a 12 hour notice of cancellation is required.¬†‚Äč

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Location

1/89 Old Perth Road Bassendean 

Contact

(08) 9279 7411

Email

Opening Hours

Monday-Friday 7am-7pm
Saturday 8am-12pm

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Low Back Pain (LBP) and Cognitive Functional Therapy (CFT)

WHAT IS COGNITIVE FUNCTIONAL THERAPY (CFT)?

CFT provides a patient centered targeted approach to management of LBP based on a thorough examination.  This classification based management approach for LBP considers many domains including: lower back movement and postures, psychological factors, social factors, workplace factors, comorbidities (e.g. diabetes, obesity), pain processing mechanisms: influenced by genetics and life experiences, sleep and lifestyle factors and their relative contributions to an individual’s LBP. CFT challenges thoughts and behaviours in a functionally specific and graduated manner. 

It differs from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) as changes in beliefs, thoughts and emotions can be realized by the patient when they experience an improvement in symptoms as they move which may challenge previous beliefs, experiences and knowledge about their condition.  In a recent study CFT when compared with a manual therapy and exercise group showed clinically and statistically significant large effect sizes across multiple dimensions. The group receiving CFT was 3x less likely to take time off work in the 12 months following treatment1.

As physiotherapists, in a practical sense, it means we are considering both mechanical and non-mechanical aspects of a person‚Äôs disorder. By managing patients in this way we are helping them better understand their pain and to move and function in a way that does not perpetuate their pain.¬† By involving the patients in the problem solving and goal setting the longer term prognosis is improved.¬† Essentially this puts patients back in the ‚Äúdriving seat‚ÄĚ for directing the course of their rehabilitation and Sarah and I are both excited about the results we are seeing implementing our improved skills so far‚Ķ.

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Low back pain (LBP) is very common and is currently the leading cause of disability worldwide3. Only a very small proportion of people with LBP have serious pathology, such as vertebral fracture, cancer, infection or underlying inflammatory disorder, causing their pain2. Unfortunately using a scan to help diagnose LBP is not reliable because MRI abnormalities are as common in those with LBP as in those without. A common recommendation across all high quality LBP guidelines is routine imaging is discouraged unless serious pathology or specific disease is suspected e.g. if surgery is being considered or there has been a limited response to conservative care. There is no evidence that routine imaging improves LBP outcomes. Over time there has been a significant increase in LBP expenditure without any change in associated levels of disability.

 

Key positive messages supported by current best evidence regarding LBP include:

  • The causes of LBP are rarely serious
  • LBP has a good prognosis
  • Stay active and resume normal activity as soon as reasonable
  • Bed rest is specifically not advised
  • The back is a strong structure
  • Pain does not equal harm
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Key management principles for LBP include:

  • Diagnosing LBP via thorough questioning and physical examination
  • Limited use of imaging
  • Advice about what‚Äôs contributing to LBP and an understanding of what‚Äôs contributing to the pain experience
  • Strategies to self-manage pain including physical activity
  • Treatment and exercise specific to the problem
  • Medication when required but not as the primary management


The key message here is the clear majority of people with LBP, including leg pain (sciatica), will have a good outcome with evidence based, non-surgical care.   Cognitive Functional Therapy is an emerging approach to deliver high quality care considering the complexity of factors that can be relevant to a patient’s lower back condition.  At Central Bassendean Physiotherapy we pride ourselves on our accurate diagnosis and evidence based, contemporary management of LBP. We are happy to have a further discussion on the material presented here.

 

You can BOOK HERE or Call us to make an appointment at 9279 7411

 

  1. Vibe Fersum, K, O’Sullivan P, Skouen J, et al. Efficacy of classification based cognitive functional therapy in patients with non-specific chronic low back pain- A randomised control trial. Eur J Pain 2013;17;916-28
  2. Almeda M, Saragiotto B, Richards B, et al. Primary care management of non-specific low back pain: key messages from recent clinical guidelines. Med J Aust 2018;208(6):272-275.
  3. Clark S, Horton R. Low back pain: a major global challenge. The Lancet 2018;391(10137):2302.

 

Location

1/89 Old Perth Road
Bassendean

Contact

(08) 9279 7411

mail@centralbassendeanphysiotherapy.com.au

Opening Hours

Monday-Friday 7am-7pm

Saturday 8am-12pm

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