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Do you live or work in Milton Keynes and suffer from back pain? Do you have a sports injury or are you recovering from an operation? We can help you.
We're Chartered Physiotherapists, sport, health and wellbeing therapists who are part of Action Physiotherapy - a dynamic, forward thinking health clinic based in Stony Stratford,
Our team is passionate about providing an excellent service to our patients, by giving them an accurate diagnosis, followed by a structured and effective treatment program and range of home exercises.
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We're here to help relieve your back pain
COVID-19 update in December 2021. We can now offer face to face appointments again and are fully compliant with government guidance on managing the risk of coronavirus.
Please do not attend the clinic with any symptoms of covid and do a lateral flow test before attending should you think you have been exposed to COVID.
Please wear a mask or covering.
We have cleaning and hygiene procedures in place.
Go to our Action Physiotherapy Clinic for more information.
Back Pain and Sports Injury Clinic MK
Massage | Clinical Pilates |
Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes
54B High Street
tel: 01908 968430
Now's the time to look after your body and stay healthy wherever you are
Sign up to our clinical Zoom or face-to-face Pilates courses, usually held in Stony Stratford, online via Gym Catch here with Action Physiotherapy.
Call us on 01908 968430 to find out more about our 6 week courses for total beginners with only 6 participants per session. Don't worry, all your injuries and tight/stiff muscles will be taken into account.
Here are our current classes. Please check classes via Gym Catch here.
10.30am - Intermediate/Advanced - Zoom
9.30am - Intermediate/Advanced - Zoom
9.55am - Beginner/ Intermediate - Face to Face. Only 4 people per class at £15 per class. Please book via Gym Catch.
9.00am - Intermediate/Advanced
Only £12 per class or £66 for a block of 6. Eight people per class.
Our clinical Pilates classes are small and tailored to your individual needs. We have a maximum of 8 participants per class which are taught by highly trained Pilates instructors and/or Physiotherapists. We teach you the fundamentals of breathing exercises, stretches and deep core strengthening to facilitate recovery from injury and help prevent recurrence of injuries.
If you used to do Pilates or group classes but got out of the habit of it, now is the time to return and enjoy the ambience and camaraderie of a small group. You can buy a card for 6 Pilates classes for £66 for yourself or as a voucher for a friend, parent or sibling who you think may benefit from Pilates and further exercise on a weekly basis. We hope to see you soon to help your body return to its peak form!
What is Clinical Pilates?
Pilates is a form of exercise, developed by Joseph Pilates in the early 1900s. He developed Pilates from other forms of exercise such as yoga, gymnastics and martial arts. Pilates was widely used by ballerinas in the 1940s onwards, but it has steadily grown in popularity, around the world, and it is used by celebrities like Jennifer Aniston, Madonna, Liz Hurley, Ian McKellen and Martin Amis!!
How can Clinical Pilates benefit your health?
Pilates helps you use your body more efﬁciently. Following my classes and involvement in clinical Pilates, patients have reported increased energy levels, improved posture, improved muscle strength and ﬂexibility and less aching of their bodies.
Am I too old or unfit for Pilates?
Pilates is an exercise for all age groups and fitness levels. If you feel unsure, recovering from an injury or have a specific condition, you may feel like you need some individual training before doing a group class. We offer this in the form of one-on-one sessions, tailor-made sessions to work on your individual needs.
Pilates will help you improve your muscle strength. Balance exercises are practiced in our clinical Pilates classes, hence giving you the strength and stability to prevent falls, especially as you get older.
Can Pilates help reduce back pain?
Research has shown that doing core strengthening exercises and Pilates can help relieve non-speciﬁc, mechanical low back pain. At Action Physiotherapy, our clinical Pilates classes are small and tailored to the individuals. All of our classes are taught by physiotherapists, who have the knowledge of injury, and the best way to rehabilitate these injuries.
Any other questions?
Should you still have any questions regarding Physiotherapy and clinical Pilates, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01908 968430. We will happily answer any questions, and advise you what we recommend would be the best option for you.
We look forward to hearing from you.