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Clinical Pilates - New Westminster BC

Clinical Pilates New Westminster BC with Stephanie McCannAre you in New Westminster, recovering from a physical injury and looking for a more focused and controlled way to recover before returning to regular activities? 

Do you want to integrate back into an organized fitness program in New West but require someone to one guidance to become more connected within your own body first? Do you feel it would be helpful to get a personalised physical assessment to check if you are ready before starting a group exercise class? Stephanie is available locally in New Westminster to help you by the use of personalized Clinical Pilates.

STOTT PILATES® exercises were designed in collaborations with a team of Physical Therapists, Sports Medicine and Exercises Professionals to incorporate modern exercise principles, and apply current practices in biomechanics, rehabilitation and athletic performance enhancement to provide an approach that helps to restore the natural curves of the spine and rebalance the muscles around the joints.

Using Pilates equipment such as the Reformer and Cadillac, more emphasis will be placed on pelvic and scapular stabilization, and integration of all the parts of the body into one. We will use the basic principles to design a program specific to your individual needs, whether it be more sport-specific training or in simply improving the activities of daily living in New West.

  • Initial Clinical Pilates session New Westminster, BC: 55 min session

This session includes a postural assessment to establish your patterns of muscle strength vs. weakness, mobility vs. stability at various joints so we can begin to design a program, which will encourage better posture and overall alignment. 

Whether you are new to Pilates or have been practicing for a while, you will receive a review of the basic principles and how they may apply to your postural assessment. The 55min session of Clinical Pilates uses Pilates equipment such as a reformer, tower, chair and barrels along with traditional physiotherapy techniques to tailor a rehabilitation program specific for your needs.

  • Subsequent Clinical Pilates sessions in New Westminster BC: 30 or 55 min session

Subsequent 30 or 55min Clinical Pilates visits will build off your initial assessment and establish patterns of muscle strength and flexibility along with improved overall postural balance and alignment. Using a combination of clinical pilates and physiotherapy techniques tailored to meet your specific needs on the various pieces of Pilates equipment in New Westminster.  

Clinical Pilates New Westminster Schedule 

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Restore Physiotherapy
New Westminster
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Restore Physiotherapy
New Westminster

Clinical Pilates & Physiotherapy at Restore Physiotherapy with Stephanie McCann

Restore Physiotherapy - New Westminster

#101 - 625 5th Avenue

New Westminster, BC  V3M 1X4


Allegro 2 Reformer (Balance Body):

Clinical Pilates in New Westminster BC with Stephanie McCann - Allegro 2 Reformer (Balance Body)

The new Allegro 2 Reformer is one of the most intuitive, adjustable, easy-to-use Reformer on the market. The additional tower system allows the machine to function similar to a cadillac with a push-through bar, roll down bar and both arm and leg springs.  The Allegro 2 also has an adjustable foot bar to allow for both upper body and lower body exercises at varying angles and positions along the carriage. A fabulous tool to use in a rehabilitation environment to move mobility and stability at various joints and overall core strength.

Tower plus STOTT Chair:

Clinical Pilates in New Westminster BC with Stephanie McCann - Tower Plus STOTT Chair

The Stability Chair™ is a versatile piece of Pilates equipment that can be adjusted to train most muscle groups. The chair allows the user to achieve upper- and lower-body strength and conditioning, enhance stability and improve body control. The chair is a nice transition from the reformer since it allows patients to move into a seated or upright position or advance further into more functional standing and stepping tasks.