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DMA Clinical Pilates

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1 Yarra Street
South Yarra
Victoria 3141
AUSTRALIA

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Phone +61 3 9827 4511

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UNIT A - Module 1 & 2

We begin with the history behind this concept becoming one of todays most discussed approaches to injury management. An in depth review of the ever changing research clarifies differences from traditional approaches.

Matwork & equipment based reformer exercises are linked to facilitation of stability control, creating a concentrated "core" of 30 exercises.

Clinical applications and pathology management module 1 introduces you to:-

  • patient subgrouping
  • functional stability tests
  • setting heterogenous/patient specific programmes
  • identifying & setting treatment outcome predictors
  • differentiating motor control from pathology
  • using exercises as treatment tools
  • using exercises as clinical tests
  • differentiation of radiological findings
  • differential diagnosis tools – is it function or structure?
  • gaining effective patient compliance
  • case studies to identify patient subgroups and clinical

    pathway development

Module 2 introduces the Trapeze Table, while adding to the reformer & matwork repertoire with:
an increased repertoire of shoulder girdle, upper body and

combined stability exercises
a broadening of reformer exercises and matwork attention to manual handling and teaching cues introduction to small barrel & spring wobble board

Clinical applications and pathology management
module 2 introduces you to:-
hypermobility & instability identification & management biased assessment techniques
chronic pain and systemic autonomic management
simplifying the “complex pain” patient
integrating evidence on pelvic floor in males & females using outcome measures with Clinical Pilates
recording within subject / within session changes
programme development using case studies
introduction to CPMATE software