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Post-Injury Rehabilitation


Post Injury RehabilitationBeing injured isn’t any fun.  The sooner you recover,  the faster you can get back to doing the things you love to do.

Pilates focus on core strength and stretching makes this system suited for anyone recovering from injury.

Our instructors are trained in injury rehabilitation and can provide a safe and effective program to help you recover fully to prevent repeated injury in future.


How Can Pilates Help an Injured Athlete?

Pilates uses many of the same principles used to help injured athletes recuperate. Pilates focuses on control of movement, so as to prevent further injury to the body. Pilates is low-impact and does not induce inflammation and overuse syndromes. Increases in strength and improvements in flexibility are additional benefits of Pilates.


How Can Pilates Help Prevent Injury?

Pilates is being used by more athletes as a means to “crosstrain.” By strengthening the core muscles, Pilates helps to teach the body more efficient and balanced movement. Pilates improves flexibility to help prevent injury. Athletes who have better core strength are thought to have better dynamic control of their movements, and are less likely to sustain injuries. This is what is known as “neuromuscular control,” which has been used to prevent injuries including ACL tears and ankle sprains1. Use of Own Body.



Clinical Pilates Rehabilitation and Injury Assessments with Physiotherapist Trish Prevost


Clinical Pilates RehabilitationThe TWC is excited to offer Clinical Pilates for Rehabilitation with physiotherapist Trish Prevost.  An active physiotherapist with Sun God Physiotherapy in Ladner, Trish hascompleted her level 2 Pilates Rehabilitation course.


Clinical Pilates

For individuals suffering from injury, chronic pain, post-surgery and in need of the watchful eye of a physiotherapist.

Sessions or a portion of your session may be covered by your extended health plan, ICBC or WCB claims.


Cost: $130 per session (60  minutes)


Physiotherapy Assessments

For individuals who have significant injuries or chronic pain.  Your TWC instructor will be present for the assessment and together, we will determine the best approach to begin your Pilates rehabilitation program.


Cost: $160 for assessment (may be covered on your extended health plan)


Not sure what is best for you? 

Book a complimentary consultation with TWC Owner, Linda Mallard, to discuss your condition and goals.  Together, we’ll create a path of healing that is just right for you.



* Depending on the extent of your injury or condition, you will either work with one of our experienced Pilates instructors or begin with our Clinical Pilates program.


* If you are under the care of a phyiotherapist or other health care practitioner, we ask that you take our report form to them to complete.  This will ensure that we are working together to provide you with the best care possible for a faster recovery.