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Pilates Plus and Physio Plus

Pilates Plus and Physio Plus

Show Phone Number12A Howe St, Edinburgh, EH3 6TDUK
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Popular Treatments

Initial Consultation from £50
(1 hour )
Spinal Injuries
Pilates
2:1 Pilates Session from £50
(1 hour )
Pilates - Individual from £40
(45 mins)
Pilates - Small Group from £80
(45 mins)
Pilates and Postural Rehabilitation
Sports Injuries
Postural Re-education
Electrotherapy
Taping
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About Pilates Plus and Physio Plus

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Accreditations

  • APPI - Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (Australia) 
  • CSP - Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (Northern Ireland) 

Provides

Acupuncture

Massage Therapy

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy

Chronic Pain Syndrome
 
Joint Manipulation
 
Joint Mobilisation
 
Electrotherapy
 
Exercise Rehabilitation
 
Taping
from £50
Initial Consultation (1 hour )
Pilates
from £40
Pilates - Individual (45 mins)
from £80
Pilates - Small Group (45 mins)
 
Pilates and Postural Rehabilitation
from £50
2:1 Pilates Session (1 hour )
 
Postural Re-education
 
Spinal Injuries
 
Sports Injuries

Massage Therapy

Massage
 
Soft Tissue Massage
from £30
Massage (30 mins)

Acupuncture

 
Acupuncture Treatment
 
Acupuncturist Consultation

Payment Information

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

Dr Laura Calder

Job Title:
  Physiotherapist
Biography:
She believes Pilates has a place for everyone, whether your goals are to improve you posture, recover from back pain or simply to be able to wind down after a hard day. She has used Pilates throughout her career as a physiotherapist and believes the benefits are far reaching. She has used the principals of Pilates in her recent work in the sporting world, but also in the past with elderly clients. She feels that Pilates can benefit you whether you are an elite swimmer or simply want to feel stronger and more balanced. She likes to think of Pilates as intelligent exercising! Founding member of Pilates Plus 2009. Bsc Hons Physiotherapy (2001). APPI Pilates instructor (2010). Lead physiotherapist Edinburgh Academy Rugby club (2006-2010). Physiotherapist with Stewarts-Melville Rugby club (2005-2006). Physiotherapist with Elite swimmers in collaboration with Sport Scotland Institute of Sport. Senior Physiotherapist at FASIC sports injury clinic (2004-2012).

Dr Tessa Santer

Job Title:
  Physiotherapist
Biography:
She has extensive experience using the principles of Pilates as part of her physiotherapy practice. Tess has worked as a personal trainer where she used Pilates for body conditioning. She furthered her work in Pilates in Singapore where she worked in a joint Pilates studio/sport injury clinic. Tess has trained with both DMA clinical Pilates and with the APPI (Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates institute). She will be temporarily moving back to Singapore where she hopes to continue to develop her practice as a Pilates instructor and Physiotherapist. BSc. Hons. Sports Medicine Glasgow (2000). MSc. Physiotherapy QMUC MCSP (2002). Physiotherapist London Welsh Rugby Club (2004-2006). DMA Clinical Pilates (2005). Scotland Men’s Under 21 Team Physiotherapist (in collaboration with SSIS) (2007-Current). MSc. Sports Physiotherapy Cardiff (2009). Physiotherapist (support) for British Orienteering team (2010). APPI Modified Pilates (2010). Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist - FASIC sports injury clinic (2007-2012). Partner & Business Development of Pilates Plus Physio (2009-current).

Dr Lindsay Dick

Job Title:
  Physiotherapist
Biography:
Being a keen horse rider, dancer as well as a physiotherapist; I was finding that the aches and pains I was experiencing were getting more bothersome and were interfering with work and hobbies. As a dancer I had heard of Pilates as many dancers use Pilates as part of their training and rehabilitation from injury. I decided to give it a try and to my surprise discovered the simple but challenging exercises reduced the pain, and improved my performance due to my new found strength and muscle control! This experience encouraged me to pass on the benefits of Pilates and inspired me to train as a Pilates instructor. June 2002 BSc(Hons) Psychology. February 2004 Certificate in Sports and Remedial Massage. July 2006 LeRoc Dance Teacher's Certificate, Highly Commended. June 2009 Honours project "Effects of Exercise on Breast Cancer Patients", Grade A. July 2009 BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy, 1st class Honours.
Show Phone Number12A Howe St, Edinburgh, EH3 6TDUK