Clinical Pilates - Kingsland Physio and Massage
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Clinical Pilates

Pilates is a low impact exercise, which strengthens your core and postural muscles. It helps improve strength, tone, flexibility and posture. It can be used to help improve a wide range of complaints, including low back pain, pelvic pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and breathing.

At Kingsland Physiotherapy, we can take you through 1 to 1 Pilates sessions via Telehealth. Katie has completed her APPI Matworks 1 and 2. She regularly uses Pilates concepts in her treatment and exercise programmes.

The APPI method uses Clinical Pilates exercises modified suit the individual client and their injury and/or ability. Uniquely, it can be tailored to suit any level, from those suffering injuries, wanting to improve their posture at their desk, looking to start some exercise goals, weekend warriors, or everyday athletes.

Get in touch with us today to see if Pilates would be suitable for you!

OUR PHYSIOS

Janaka Radich

Janaka Radich

BHSc (Physio) MPNZ, COMT

Janaka specialises in treating sporting and complex spinal injuries and has a keen interest in manual therapy and acupuncture completing post-graduate courses in osteopathic manipulation and muscle energy techniques.

Helen Edwards

Helen Edwards

BHSc (Physio), PGCert (Western Acup)

Helen has practiced in the private sector for the past 8 years and has extensive experience in specialty areas including sporting injuries, spinal dysfunction, Pilates, pregnancy and post-natal assessment, treatment and rehabilitation.

Katie Syme

Katie Syme

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Katie has a client centred holistic approach to rehabilitation and believes in providing  patients with hands-on treatment and also long term self management advice if appropriate for their musculoskeletal problem.

Niamh Moriarty

Niamh Moriarty

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Niamh has a keen interest in injury prevention in the athletic to ageing population. She believes in empowering patients to self-manage their condition through education and effective exercise prescription