STOTTPILATES




The STOTT PILATES Rehabilitation program is
specifically designed for licensed physical or
occupational therapists, chiropractors and doctors
of sports medicine. Four courses demonstrate how
to integrate modified matwork and equipment
based STOTT PILATES exercises appropriately
into therapeutic conditioning.

Rehabilitation Program Outline

Objectives, Benefits, and FAQs

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Upcoming Rehab Courses Near You

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Rehabilitation Program Outline

Spinal, Pelvic & Scapular Stabilization: Matwork & Reformer - RMR1

This course introduces you to the biomechanical principles of STOTT PILATES and their application to modified Matwork, light equipment and Reformer exercises. Emphasis is on lumbo-pelvic and shoulder girdle stabilization and the role they play in rehabilitation and injury prevention. Participants also learn the following: review of STOTT PILATES basic principles; identifying proper execution and movement patterns; effective verbal cueing and imagery; clinical problem solving using the STOTT PILATES method.

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Peripheral Joint Stabilization: Matwork & Reformer - RMR2

Building on the biomechanical and stabilization principles learned in RMR1, we keep the emphasis on core stability while mobilizing the peripheral joints. These exercises are designed to prevent and rehabilitate common injuries by balancing and strengthening muscles around the joints in order to restore and maintain healthy movement patterns. Participants also learn the following: a focus on injuries of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee and ankle; clinical problem solving using the STOTT PILATES method.

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Spinal, Pelvic & Scapular Stabilization: Cadillac, Chair & Barrels - RCCB1

Learn to incorporate the different levels of resistance and support provided by the Cadillac Trapeze Table, Stability Chair and Barrels to improve mobilization and stabilization of the lumbo-pelvic region and shoulder girdle, with an emphasis on their roles in injury prevention and rehabilitation. Participants also learn the following: review of STOTT PILATES Basic Principles; identifying proper execution and movement patterns; effective verbal cueing and imagery; clinical problem solving using the STOTT PILATES method; and over 70 exercises, plus multiple modifications.

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Peripheral Joint Stabilization: Cadillac, Chair & Barrels - RCCB2

Learn to stabilize the musculo-skeletal structures with a widely varied series of non weight-bearing and weight-bearing exercises. You will begin by targeting the upper and lower extremities and enabling isolation of the joints while maintaining core stability. Then learn how to help patients and clients progress to weight-bearing exercises in order to improve functional alignment and core stability. This course introduces more intermediate level exercises and return to sport and activity progressions. Participants also learn the following: a focus on injuries of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee and ankle; clinical problem solving using the STOTT PILATES method.

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Objectives, Benefits & FAQ

Course Objectives:

  1. Examine the Therapeutic Foundations of STOTT PILATES 
    and how they integrate with current rehabilitation practices
  2. Learn how to teach and apply the
    STOTT PILATES Five Basic Principles
  3. Explore the choreography, modifications, indications and contraindications
    for STOTT PILATES rehabilitation exercises for Matwork and Reformer
  4. Develop the ability to assess proper form for each exercise and how
    to correct improper execution
  5. Outline and practice manual and verbal cueing for each exercise
  6. Consider the integration of STOTT PILATES into clinical scenarios

Who Can Apply:

Applications are accepted from the following licensed or certified professionals only:

  1. Physiotherapists/Physical Therapists or Physical Therapist Assistants
  2. Occupational Therapists
  3. Chiropractors
  4. Medical or Sports Medicine Doctors
  5. Professionals with a minimum of two years of full-time study from a certifying / licensing / degree-granting institution in anatomy, physiology, injury prevention, exercise prescription with clinical experience, AND who have been granted the right to assess, diagnose, treat, and prescribe exercise for the rehabilitation and / or prevention of injuries.

Useful Information:


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Upcoming Courses Near You

STOTT PILATES courses are offered worldwide. View the list below for a location in your area and click links for more info, including times and dates. Spaces are filling up fast! Interested in hosting a STOTT PILATES Rehab course at your facility? Please contact fullsolutions@stottpilates.com for more details.

For pricing please email education@stottpilates.com or call the facility where the course is being held.

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Toll-Free North America: 1-800-910-0001 ext. 264
International: 1-416-482-4050 ext. 264
Email: sales@stottpilates.com
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Build a Successful Pilates Rehab Program

Considering a Pilates Rehab Program and not sure where to begin? STOTT PILATES’ Full Solutions™ team can guide you through launching a successful program. We’ll help you with everything from the education plan for your professionals, to equipment selection and facility space planning. Click here for more details