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Low Light Laser Therapy (LLLT) is a low intensity light based therapy that been used for over 40 years for management of musculoskeletal pain with increasing evidence of success. We commonly utilize LLLT in management of both acute and chronic pain, reduce inflammation, and address swelling.
Not only does Pilates promote core strength and stability, it also helps lengthen muscles and improve joint range of motion. At Park North, we incorporate Pilates into our rehabilitation programs because of its proven efficacy in recovery. With state-of-the-art pilates equipment, we easily introduce progressive load and customize the training based on specific needs and limitations.
The Reformer is a versatile system that utilizes springs, ropes and a moving carriage to provide resistance-based exercises. It is designed to improve strength, flexibility, balance, and core stability while promoting body awareness and efficient movement patterns. At Park North, our highly skilled physical therapists will guide you through tailored and individualized Pilates sessions, ensuring that each exercise is adapted to your specific needs.
The Stability Chair is another useful piece of Pilates equipment that focuses on functional movements, balance and stability training. The exercises in the chair mimic real-life movements, making it highly effective for functional strength and mobility.
Our team of highly skilled, certified Pilates instructors specialize in rehabilitation. They have extensive knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics, and injury-specific exercises, ensuring that your Pilates sessions are safe, effective, and tailored to your rehabilitation goals.
Our physical therapists will work closely with you to design a program that targets your specific areas of concern. Whether you're recovering from an injury, managing a chronic condition or seeking post-surgical rehabilitation, we will address your specific needs.
Our Pilates sessions incorporate the use of specialized equipment, such as the Pilates Reformer and Stability Chair. These equipment provide adjustable resistance and support, allowing for controlled and progressive rehabilitation.
As your rehabilitation progresses, so will your Pilates program. We will continually assess your progress and adapt your exercises accordingly, modifying the program to ensure that you are constantly challenged and making meaningful advancements in your rehabilitation journey.