Alpine Director, Sam Schmidt, MPT, offered the Balance Body University Pilates Reformer I workshop last month.
Alpine Physical Therapy has consistently built a strong presence with its integration of Pilates and Reformer use as a rehabilitation tool, especially to address low back and neck pain.Thus, it is no surprise that five of Alpine’s PTs took this Reformer Level 1 course to understand and learn how to best use the Pilates method for helping patients get better, faster.
The Reformer allows many patients, who otherwise are limited by pain, to relearn optimal and pain-free movement and build a foundation of core strength and coordination for long-term fitness and functional goals.
Alpine PT has partnered with Balanced Body University (www.Pilates.com) to become one of the nation’s leaders in rehabilitation mind body corrective movement. The success of this program is seen and heard from the many Alpine patients that have re-established optimal function and achieved a pain-free life again!
For more information on Pilates at Alpine, visit our clinic webpage by clicking here.