The Benefits of Pilates! 

The Benefits of Pilates!  – Increase energy levels and stamina – Increase blood oxygenation through breathing techniques – Increase blood flow – Reduce blood pressure – Reduce muscle soreness – Stress relief – Improve core stability including abdominal, lower back and pelvic floor muscles – Enhance posture through skeletal alignment and greater muscle strength –

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Positive about Pilates!!!

Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy Ltd is now running Clinical Pilates Classes at Knightwood Leisure Centre! Our specialised classes will start on February 12th 2018 and will be tailored to your individual needs. We keep our numbers small to ensure you receive the necessary support from our dedicated and highly experienced Clinical Pilates instructor. Our Clinical Pilates classes

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What Is A Muscle Cramp?

‘Muscle cramps are a common and usually harmless condition where the muscles suddenly become tight and painful’ There are two types of muscle cramp 1. Exercise Associated Muscle Cramp  This type of cramp can be caused by: Overuse / fatigue of muscles Shortened resting muscle length Electrolyte imbalance (altered potassium, calcium and magnesium levels)

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Strength and Conditioning Training

Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy is now offering Gym Based ‘End Stage’ Rehabilitation! One-to-one sessions designed specifically for strength and conditioning! Our therapist will tailor exercises to target specific muscle groups, helping you get back to your normal level of fitness following an accident or injury! Visit or call us on 02381 300 260 to find

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Arthritis and Physical Activity

Studies suggest that individuals with arthritis may experience short-term increases in pain on beginning exercise; however, continued exercise has been shown to be effective in reducing long-term symptoms of pain and discomfort. Low impact physical activity such as walking, swimming and cycling help to reduce the stress exerted through joints whilst enabling joint-friendly physical activity!

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