Clinical Pilates for Neurological Issues in Carlsbad
The Clinical NeuroPilates program can help you or your loved ones in many ways. Our teacher, Tuula, has several years of experience as a Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor to work with and help people with neurological diseases & disorders.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Supervised, controlled exercise, like Pilates, is the foundation of Multiple Sclerosis treatment. Our Clinical Pilates program aims to improve balance, coordination, muscle control and body awareness. It can also help loosen up stiff joints & muscles and provide relaxation. Pilates exercises encourage the use of deep spinal stabilization muscles which improve static and dynamic balance and posture. Since MS affects individuals very differently, with disability progressing over time, our experienced teacher will design your sessions based on your specific needs and conditions.
Parkinson's Disease (PD)
Studies shows that Clinical Pilates training helps ease symptoms of Parkinson's disease. Including Pilates in a treatment regimen can slow the progression of the disease because it helps maintain physical coordination, balance, posture, strength, and range of motion. The Pilates method focuses on breathing and concentration which also can provide significant stress relief and mood improvement.
Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)
Clinical Program helps individuals who are suffering Incomplete Spinal Cord injury by re-gaining function and strength. Stronger posture and core strength help in being more efficient in everyday movements such as transferring, seated balance, standing, and walking. In our Pilates training your body find a new neural pathways to re-training damage muscles. Also spring loaded Pilates machines help you to use the muscles which are hard to use against the gravity or with weight bearing exercises.
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Pilates & Physical Post-Rehabilitation Training (Clinical Pilates)
Neurological diseases and disorders affect the way in which nerve impulses fire and activate muscles causing involuntary muscle contraction, slowness of movement, spasms, and muscle tension. It also can cause pain, joint stiffness, muscle weakness, and a loss of control in movement and balance. Postural instability and impairment of normal movement can lead to reduced function and daily activities.