The exercise program is always tailored to your needs, health conditions and designed to improve your quality of life.
All exercises are demonstrated to ensure correct technique and exercise and gym equipment is on site to demonstrate correct use when needed. Georgia can also help with supervision and adequate monitoring of blood pressure, oxygen saturation levels and heart rate.
Clinical pilates is a form of pilates that focuses on posture, core strengthening, focus, balance, control, strength, breathing, and flexibility. It is often used in combination with physical therapy to help you recover from injuries or injuries after surgery. It seems particularly effective in relieving or eliminating chronic low back pain by strengthening and retraining your core and stabilisation muscles to support your spine and posture in the way that it should.
Georgia offers initial consults, 1/1's and 2-4 PAX classes on reformers or mats.
Georgia has extensive experience working with amateur to elite athletes in both management and prevention of injuries. Her athletes have ranged from local rugby players, rowers and swimmers up to elite swimmers, Broncos and Firebirds players. Georgia has seen great results with her athletes through treatment involving clinical reformer pilates and functional strength in a gym setting.
Georgia follows evidence based best practice to guide the clinical exercise treatment for specific chronic conditions including but not limited to;
Your personalised plan will consist of a combination of the following Exercise Physiology services, epending on your individual needs.
Georgia is a WorkCover approved Exercise Physiologist who specialises in work related injuries and motor vehicle accidents by providing active exercise therapy to enhance your recovery time and capacity to return to work. She encourages injured workers to take an active role in their rehabilitation program by providing all the education and tools necessary to achieve self management of injury and activities. Early return to work forms a crucial role in the recovery of her patients and reduces loss of function and long term disability.
Georgia takes a biopsychosocial approach and integrate evidence based cognitive behavioural principals into her programs to maximum patient outcomes. Secondary intervention usually occurs during the sub-acute phase of rehabilitation, which can range from 4 to 12 weeks after the initial injury. Secondary intervention involves continued emphasis on integration of clinical and workplace management. Incorporating functional exercise is appropriate when:
Georgia has been a registered NDIS provider since the age of 19 and has a special interest working in this field. Exercise Physiology services can be accessed under the ‘Improved Health and Wellbeing’ category which falls under a participant’s Capacity Building funding.
If you are an NDIS client or you are considering your plan and want to know more, get in contact with us to discuss how an Exercise Physiologist can assist with your goals. Both clinics are wheelchair accessible including wheelchair accessible toilets and parking.
Georgia provides home exercise programs with or without an initial consult in clinic. You may choose to book an initial in clinic, via Skype or email, then expect to receive a tailored exercise program where you are able to communicate with Georgia via message on each exercise.