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Pilates is now the primary therapeutic exercise choice for Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths, rehabilitation hospitals and other body work therapists. If you are looking to add Pilates equipment to your therapy practice, we provide premium commercial equipment, installation and instructional DVDs and manuals. View this short video to learn more about Stott Pilates Rehab education designed by and for rehab professionals. Visit Stott Pilates rehab courses for more information.
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Myofascial release accessories also available. Click this link to read more about fascial release work and accessories. Fascia is pretty important to just about everything.
“Fascia is commonly thought of as connective tissue, comprising tendons and ligaments. There are so many different varieties of fascia, even the experts have a hard time agreeing on a definition.
The density and organization of fascial tissue range from thick cords, like the Achilles tendon, to thin sheets wrapping and separating as in the intramuscular septa, all the way to a gooey, gluey substance that fills the spaces between our internal organs.
Fascial tissue binds things together, but also holds them apart. It makes them glide and slide, but provides integrity. It acts as a body-wide communication system, providing six times more information to the brain that the sensory organs combined. The fascial lines or continuities act as transmission belts, helping the body manage and distribute forces through the body.” by Laureen DuBeau Global development and implementation of the Merrithew™ training and certification program, has been teaching Pilates since 1995 and travels worldwide as a Merrithew Master Instructor Trainer.
Read more about the importance of fascia and how to integrate facial exercises in your programming.
Muscle, bone, neural, joint and tendon injuries, chronic tendon injuries, recovery from surgery, effects of aging – all can be addressed with mindful Pilates training on the Reformer, Stability Chair, Cadillac, Fitness Circle and Flex Band. All these pieces of equipment provide eccentric strengthening that is clinically proven to reduce tendon and joint pain and restore muscle.
Not only can joint issues benefit from mindful Pilates workouts, but also many types of illness. Many illnesses, can be cured or alleviated with a regular, basic workout on the reformer. Illnesses that respond well with reformer workouts are those that sap your energy and strength. The reformer provides a means to easily perform weight bearing, bone and muscle building exercise, while lying on your back or front, while sitting or kneeling or while standing in place. Additionally, the focus on full mobility of the spine, exercises that pump lymph and deep breathing exercises facilitate cleansing and detoxing of the body and neural activation. Read more
The Rehab Hospital of the Pacific, Honolulu uses Merrthew reformers and other Pilates equipment, along with the newest evolution of mobility machines – gyrotonic equipment.
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An interview with a Pilates expert, Lead Instructor Trainer and physical therapist Cheryl Cote Alden answers your questions on how to keep your joints healthy and why Pilates is such an effective form of exercise for easing joint pain and stiffness.
See how an amputee discovers the power of Pilates on his rehab journey with STOTT PILATES® Certified Instructor Carlo Yanez, a registered osteopath and owner of boutique studio Core Kensington in London, England. Carlo is also enrolled in the STOTT PILATES Rehab Program.
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