Where physiotherapy and Exercise meet to create the ultimate in rehabilitation

Clinical Rehab

Clinical Rehab is an exercises based therapy session taken by a physiotherapist that uses Pilates informed exercises. Using scientific knowledge and research, they develop personalised pilates informed programs and exercise-based treatment (as required).

Clinical Strength

Clinical Strength is an exercise-based therapy session taken by a physiotherapist that uses traditional free weights and cable-based weights exercises. Using scientific knowledge and research, they develop personalised resistance based programs.

These two type of Clinical sessions, can help with the rehabilitation of chronic and complex injuries and illnesses, such as:

  • Neck and back pain
  • Postural based conditions
  • Pre and postnatal conditions
  • Shoulder & hip injury
  • Hypermobility
  • Knee pain
  • Foot pain
  • Balance problems
  • Oncology-related issues
  • Neurological conditions

In addition to floor exercises, various Physio rehab and Pilates informed exercises and equipment may be used during our Clinical classes, such as:

  • Foam rollers
  • Resistance bands
  • Reformers
  • Cadillacs
  • Hand weights
  • Swiss balls
  • Wunda chairs
  • CoreAlign, etc.

These sessions ensure that you are working towards your movement goals while receiving consistent supervision and feedback from a physiotherapist.

Exercise Physiology exercises and sports conditioning
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Kneehab

Exercise effectively reduces knee pain and improves function in people with Knee Osteo-Arthritis (KOA). This is widely supported by research.

Our Kneehab program is a neuromuscular exercise training program. The principles of neuromuscular training differ from other training programs. Neuromuscular training aims to improve sensorimotor control and attain functional stability. Sensorimotor control is the dynamic interaction between sensory input, the processing of the information in the central nervous system, and the motor output (movement and postural control).

Functional stability focuses on addressing the quality of movement. Research found neuromuscular training effectively reduces pain, improves function, alters knee biomechanics and improves muscle activation patterns of the surrounding knee muscles in patients with severe knee osteoarthritis and degenerative meniscal tears.

This program focuses on four main areas: 

  • core stability
  • postural orientation
  • leg muscle strength
  • functional training exercises

If you suffer from knee pain, call our friendly reception team on 3358 3915 to book an assessment today.

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What you need to know

There are three options for attending a Clinical Rehab or Clinical Strength session:

  • Semi-Private Clinical class: no more than four clients per teacher, with personalised programs.
  • Duet Clinical class: share your class with a friend. Two clients per teacher, with personalised programs.
  • Private Clinical class: private one-on-one class for 100% of the Physiotherapist’s attention.

Before you start a Clinical class, you will need to complete an initial consultation. During the initial consultation, one of our physiotherapists will assess your movement and core control, using ultrasound to identify your physical requirements and discuss your personal aspirations. The physiotherapist will then design a program that details specific movements/exercises and equipment that will help you achieve your goals.

Please note that an initial consultation is compulsory for all new clients wishing to attend our Clinical Rehab classes or Clinical Strength classes, regardless of experience.

Clinical classes are taken by a physiotherapist, so it should be claimable through your health fund. Contact your health fund if you have any questions regarding claims.

To book your initial appointment at our Brisbane studio click below, or call 07 3358 3915.

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