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At Back to Wellness, our Pilates is focused on your rehabilitation and jumpstarting your body’s natural healing process for improved overall health, physical ability and quality of life. With our multidisciplinary approach, specialized equipment, corrective techniques, and exercise progressions, we can improve your holistic wellness! We work with patients throughout the Studio City, Sherman Oaks and Burbank areas.

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Pilates for Rehabilitation

Pilates rehabilitation is an alternative form of physical therapy that utilizes the principles and exercises of Pilates, a movement system created by Joseph Pilates in the early 20th century. It focuses on strength, flexibility, coordination, posture and balance for injury prevention and rehabilitation. The goal of Pilates rehabilitation is to restore musculoskeletal health, improve overall functional ability and help individuals overcome pain from injuries or chronic conditions while also increasing their fitness level.

Benefits of Pilates

There are many health benefits to incorporating Pilates into your rehabilitation, including increased strength and flexibility and strengthening the core muscles (the abdominals, back and buttocks). Pilates-based rehabilitation’s independent spring system allows specific resistance and promotes continuous stability coupled with core strength. It forces you to balance while exercising and engages your core! It aids significantly in healing from injury and maintaining a healthier body.

Improve Your Wellness With Pilates Class

Pilates classes in Studio City are ideal for those who wish to strengthen their core while recovering from an injury or accident. Conditioning of the core is part of our physical therapy service. If you want to recover faster, you should not focus on just being in shape. You must also try to develop body awareness so you can maintain a stronger and fitter body. Our individualized treatment plans are supervised by our medical doctors and supported by chiropractic care, physical therapy, and therapeutic massage where beneficial to your rehabilitation.

We offer different types of Pilates Studio City classes. Book an assessment with one of our Back To Wellness Pilates instructors to find out which class best suits you and your wellbeing needs.

Pilates for Beginners

If you are still new to this type of exercise, you should try the beginner’s class. This is also perfect for those who have not exercised in a while or who wish to strengthen their core at a gentler pace. When recovering from an accident or injury, basic Pilates is helpful as you try to isolate your muscle groups and be able to activate them correctly. In a beginner’s class, you will focus on understanding your core muscles – how they work and how to activate them properly to improve your overall physical strength.

Intermediate Pilates

Once you’ve completed the beginner’s Pilates class, you can move on to an intermediate Pilates class. This is advisable for patients whose recovery includes physical therapy. At the intermediate level, you should already understand how your core muscles work and expect it to become more intense. The pace is also faster. As you advance through this class you will experience new levels of flexibility and core strength, and your overall posture will improve.

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Our Back To Wellness Pilates Instructors

Our pilates instructors are trained professionals working alongside our chiropractic and physical therapy staff to assist in several therapies as instructed for each condition. With close supervision by our doctors, we can treat many conditions, including neck and back pain. We also specialize in treating joint injuries affecting shoulders, hips, knees and ankles. We treat patients for pre and post-surgery care from teens through to geriatrics.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if Pilates is right for me?

It depends on your fitness goals, current physical health and personal preferences. You can consult with one of our Pilates instructors to determine if it’s a good option.

What kind of workout is Pilates?

Pilates is a form of exercise that utilizes low-impact movements, postural alignment, core strength, and body awareness for a balanced and toned body. It can be used as an aerobics class or as an individual practice.

Is Pilates a good way to lose weight?

It can help achieve weight loss goals when combined with other forms of exercise and healthy eating habits. However, it may take longer than other forms of exercise to get desired results due to its low-impact nature.

What is the difference between Pilates and Yoga?

Yoga focuses on stretching, breathing exercises, meditation and relaxation while Pilates focuses on strengthening the core muscles and improving posture and flexibility through controlled movements. Though both employ similar techniques such as breathing and concentration, they are two distinct forms of exercise.

Written by Doran Hendelman D.C.

Article written by Doran Hendelman D.C.

Doran Hendelman holds a Doctorate in Chiropractic from Cleveland Chiropractic College and his technique ranges from manual adjustments to low force technique. Dr. Hendelman is committed to treating the body as a whole and by integrating chiropractic with other forms of therapy he helps patients realize stronger and healthier bodies.