For many, back pain can be caused by poor mechanics of the spine or by a weak back and abdominal muscles. For others, a job that requires heavy lifting or sitting all day can be a major influence. Medical problems, such as scoliosis and arthritis, can also cause back pain. Whatever the cause, a carefully designed Pilates program — one that focuses on strengthening the core and back, improving posture, optimizing joint stability, and correcting muscular imbalances — can help you alleviate your pain, regain motion, speed up your recovery, and build the strength that helps you prevent reinjury.
The Physiotherapist will diagnose your injury and any biomechanical problems that may be contributing to it. This will include a full postural assessment and a biomechanical assessment of the joints and muscles affected. The goal is to find the root cause of a more chronic condition and, for acute injuries, a specific diagnosis and plan. The Physiotherapist will discuss the findings and treatment plan with you. Please wear clothing that allows us to see the area affected.
Assessments are 60 minutes and cost $130
Individual sessions are either 30 minutes or 60 minutes, depending on the condition treated. For very acute injuries, the Physiotherapist may recommend a shorter, 30-minute session. Sessions typically include hands-on Physiotherapy techniques, including joint and soft tissue mobilizations. Most sessions also include modified Pilates exercises that target the affected muscles, using the equipment in our semi-private space.
Physio-Pilates Rates 30 min Session $70 | 60 min Session $120
Coverage must include Physiotherapy. A invoice will be provided after your session, and is on a per session basis.
There is a 24 hour late cancellation policy for all sessions, an invoice will not be provided for a late cancellation as coverage does not extend to sessions that have not been attended.