Author: pilatesplusphysio
29 September 2014 - 20:29, by , in Uncategorized, Comments off
Chronic pain is often difficult to define. Different therapists and researchers will define it as pain lasting longer than 6 weeks, some over 3 or 6 months. What it means is pain that lasts for longer than the original injury (if there was one) would normally be expected to cause painful symptoms. The theory of what...
1 September 2014 - 22:12, by , in Uncategorized, Comments off
How Pilates can improve golf performance and reduce the risk of injury
30 July 2014 - 15:10, by , in Uncategorized, Comments off
Pilates Plus Physio offers postnatal Pilates classes in Edinburgh where you can bring your baby to the class.
5 July 2014 - 15:10, by , in Uncategorized, Comments off
We are often asked in our classes, why would I want to attend a one to one Pilates session? For those who have done it, they will tell you that the personal attention you get as well as the focus on health or injury issues can be incredibly helpful and beneficial to their Pilates practice and...
3 June 2014 - 12:57, by , in Uncategorized, Comments off
I was flattered to be asked to be a guest blogger by Pilates Plus. The subject I was let loose on was why men should do Pilates. Here are my thoughts… –o0o– There are two groups of men who would benefit from doing Pilates. These groups are: 1) Sportsmen 2) All Other Men Which group...
17 May 2014 - 20:18, by , in Uncategorized, Comments off
As the image above shows so well, pain in the neck and shoulders can be closely related, so we’ve grouped them together for this post. There are many muscle, nerve and fascial connections between neck and shoulder, so pain in one can easily lead to pain in the other. In addition, as we will see,...