Physiotherapy Group Sessions (PGS)

Physiotherapy Group Sessions (PGS)pilates_physio_gym“Attending sessions has made a massive difference in improving my strength, flexibility and balance. And  it has been enjoyable! Ed Davis.

 

We call our small group Exercise sessions PGS (Physiotherapy Group Sessions). 

 

This gives you the opportunity to improve your:


Postural strength
Flexibility
Balance or
 Reduce your pain 

In a PGS, you will be working through your own personalised exercise program supervised by a  Physiotherapist.

What is the difference between a PGS and a Pilates Class?

In a PGS you will have you own program: In a Pilates Classes participants will all be doing a similar exercise routine. In both a PGS and Pilates class there is a maximum of 6 people.

Screening

First step is a screening. Your physio will identify key areas you are wanting to work on and will be able to determine what flexibility or strength work you require. We may also use Real Time Ultrasound to assess your core strength.  Or 3D posture analysis  if you would like a computerised and more detailed musculoskeletal  screening. No matter your level of fitness you will find it fascinating what you learn from this.

We offer:

Term enrolment
6 week packages
Casual sessions

Your progress is reviewed weekly and at the end of term.

PGS and Pilates Classes can be claimed through private health funds, please check with your provider.

Once you are pain free you have the opportunity to work through your own program at our Gym.

We call these sessions IGS (Independent Gym Sessions). You are able to use all our gym equipment and Pilates facilities by yourself, once your treating Physiotherapist has approved you can do an IGS.

Please note that all Exercise sessions and Pilates classes must be pre-booked.

Term 3  2018  Monday Mon 16 July – Sat 6 October 

 

Contact us now Ph:93997399 E:enquiries@physiopfc.com