Clinical Pilates

What is Clinical Pilates?

Pilates has been modified by physiotherapists and called Clinical Pilates. It marries the original principles of the Pilates technique and the latest research into the importance of activating core muscles to rehabilitate, prevent injuries and fitness. Clinical Pilates is the perfect complement to physiotherapy.

At PHYSIOCLINIC, our physiotherapists understand your pain conditions and are the ideal practitioners to guide you through safe gentle restorative exercise programs using the Pilates principles. Our physiotherapist will conduct individual consultations to accurately assess your condition and formulate a personalised program of  Pilates exercises to suit your needs. Clinical Pilates is suitable for adolescents through to the older client.

Clinical Pilates by Singapore Physiotherapist
Clinical Pilates by Singapore Physiotherapist

Benefits of Clinical Pilates by Physiotherapist:

  • Ease of muscle and joint strain and pain
  • Increase core strength
  • Increase strength and flexibility
  • Improve posture, muscle control and balance
  • Improve Endurance
  • Increase mind and body connection
  • Injury prevention management

A wide range of conditions is beneficial with Clinical Pilates by Physiotherapist:

Lumbar Spine

  • Low Back Pain
  • Disc Bulges
  • Posture Related Pain
  • Lifting Injures
  • Poor Core Stability



  • Osteoarthritis
  • Bursitis
  • Osteoporosis


  • Osteoarthritis
  • Ligament Injuries

Ankle and Foot

  • Ankle Sprains
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Calf Muscle Sprains

Pre and Post Natal

Pregnancy can produce strain on muscles and joints especially those of the lower back and pelvis. Hormones produced, extra weight gain and changing body shape can all contribute to aches and pain. PHYSIOCLINIC’s physiotherapists are experienced in women’s health issues and programs are developed to ensure mother and baby’s safety whilst still targeting pelvic floor and deep abdominal muscles. Exercises are designed to keep you strong during pregnancy, prepare the body for labor and the demands of caring for your new baby. Ideally commenced before pregnancy, Pilates can usually be performed up until the last couple of weeks of the pregnancy.

After the birth of your baby, Pilates is the ideal form of low impact exercise to regain pelvic floor and abdominal tone. Strong pelvic floor muscles can help prevent incontinence and prolapses of the bladder, uterus and bowel.

To learn Clinical Pilates correctly and safely with our therapist, Call us now at 9639 0509 or EMAIL US