*By Appointment Only
Pilates Performance & Rehab is committed to helping clients live their best lives with customized Pilates programs designed by exceptional professionals in a comfortable environment.
For clients with advanced medical concerns, specialized workouts can be coordinated with our Polestar Rehabilitation Practitioners, BioMechanics Method Corrective Exercise Specialists, and clinical affiliates who are trained to design modified Pilates programs.
Pilates is often recommended by the medical community for neuromuscular, neurological, and orthopedic clients.
Pilates Advocate Dr. Phillip Baker
Pioneer in Joint Replacement & Founder of Kansas Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
"I generally recommend that patients do at least one month of pre-hab prior to orthopedic surgery. Good pre-hab, in my opinion, should address neuromuscular education, biomechanical training and total body alignment and conditioning of both sides of the body. Good prehab should yield optimal postoperative recovery and outcomes."
The CoreAlign® system from Balanced Body® stimulates
core stability muscles to fire in perfect timing while performing
exercises, stretches and core controlled aerobic training.
CoreAlign® exercises facilitate quick improvements in
functional fitness, posture, gait, movement, and balance.
CoreAlign® provides a unique and effective exercise program for clients of all fitness levels that integrates core training, upper/lower body strengthening, deep stretches and more.Developed by physical therapist Jonathan Hoffman, CoreAlign® exercises facilitate musculoskeletal rehabilitation by stimulating core stability muscles to fire in perfect timing.
Next Generation CoreAlign® is now available in Pilates Performance & Rehab's NEW Private ADA Accessible Personal Training Room with convenient direct access/parking available.
Pilates for Neurology
Pilates is recognized as an important component in the wellness and functional fitness programs for Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injuries, ALS, MS, Parkinson's, Sensory and Functional Neurological Symptom Disorders.
Our Pilates Rehabilitation Practitioners, Corrective Exercise Specialists and clinically trained affiliates have specialized training in addressing issues common to many neurological diseases, including balance, weakness, muscle spasticity, muscle rigidity, pelvic floor dysfunction and gait abnormalities.
What makes this type of training special?
Integrated Movement Patterns
Pseudo-Closed Chain Exercises
Facilitated On Adaptive Apparatus
Utilizing Spring Assistance/Resistance
Applied With Evidence Based Methodology
Why is this a good match for Neurology?
Adaptive and Accessible
Gentle and Effective
Pre-Hab and Post Rehabilitation Services
There is scientific basis for the effectiveness of Pilates exercise. It is a safe and effective method of rehabilitation and exercise that focuses on muscular balance. Pilates is a valuable tool for many physical therapists. While traditional physical therapy is usually for a specific area of pain or for rehabilitation after surgery or injury, Pilates-based physical therapy helps the body heal completely and assists with long-term maintenance which can keep pain away for good because it addresses the basis from which all movement stems and works on how the body works as a total system with movement.
In your private Pilates Rehab sessions, focus will be on your specific needs, goals, and skill level. Each lesson is customized to ensure you're getting exactly what you need. Our bodies are constantly changing every day, therefore, during each session your instructor will ask if you have any ailments, pain, or particular areas you would like to focus on. This allows us to train you in the best way for each day, and keeps your sessions innovative and different each time.
Pilates Performance & Rehab's friendly, patient and caring practitioners and instructors are invested in empowering and educating their clients.
Let's Work Together
If you are interested in participating in one of our programs, or scheduling your individual Pilates experience please complete the "Get To Know You" form located in the Menu Bar under Contact Us.
It will be submitted directly to Pilates Performance & Rehab. You can also call us at 785-267-5896.
We look forward to working with you.