Information on how to translate current research into your
Clinical Pilates practice, and summaries from our Clinical Conversations.
CLINICAL PILATES IN PRACTICE: MOTOR LEARNING & GAIT
This clinical Pilates research review considers how motor learning for push off training can facilitate gait, and includes ideas for integrating key points into your clinical Pilates practice.
CLINICAL PILATES IN PRACTICE: FAI MORPHOLOGY & ADOLESCENT SPINE PATIENTS
This clinical Pilates research review considers the morphology of FAI in adolescent spinal patients, and includes ideas to facilitate your clinical Pilates practice.
CLINICAL PILATES IN PRACTICE: HAND DEXTERITY & MOTOR FUNCTION
This clinical Pilates research review looks at hand dexterity and motor function in older adults and includes ideas for integration into your clinical practice.
CLINICAL PILATES IN PRACTICE: LOCOMOTION & DYNAMIC POSTURE
This review article explains the networks that the trunk in vertebrates with limbs, and also how the central nervous system acts dynamically on the musculoskeletal system.
CLINICAL PILATES IN PRACTICE: KNEE JOINT BIOMECHANICS IN TRANSTIBIAL AMPUTEES
Review the biomechanics of the knee joint in transtibial amputees and how this relates to osteoarthritis in this population. Learn ideas to support this population through your clinical Pilates practice.
CLINICAL PILATES IN PRACTICE: MIGRAINES
Review current literature and clinical practice for working with patients with migraines, including ideas for integrating techniques into your clinical Pilates practice.
CLINICAL PILATES IN PRACTICE: TOE FLEXOR STRENGTH & MOBILITY
Review how to support functional performance in older adults through integrating foot strength into your clinical Pilates practice.
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