Pilates Los Angeles, CA


Jennifer H.

I started going to RA Physical Therapy after I had undergone 2 lower back/spinal surgeries, due to a spinal disk rupture at L3-L4. I also take private pilates classes with Seong. Her program has taught me to be aware of my movements and habits that caused the stress on my spine.

Marsha E.

I went to R.A. Physical Therapy and their Pilates instructor is Seong Ho who is also a highly trained ballet dancer. She is amazing! My stiff shoulder had gained over 30 degrees movement. I had been so weak it was hard to get up off the floor if I got down. Now I get up easily.

Anshu B.

I finally understand why I keep having back and knee pain. I would strongly recommend RA therapy and especially Pilates with Seong for core strengthening, balance and coordination.

Melinda T.

Seong the Pilates instructor is the best!

Ali R.

Seong customizes workouts to help heal and strengthen you and over time become stronger and stronger.

K R.

I specifically work with Erika in the Pilates room and adore her. She listens and is cautious of my many injuries, which is something that I need - not an instructor that will push me to the point of hurting myself!

Pilates may seem like a new way to engage in physical activity, but did you know it was actually created in the early 20th century? Joseph Pilates created this form of exercise during World War I as a way to help rehabilitate wounded soldiers. Since then, Pilates has been used for a vast arrangement of exercise, treatment, and strength training. For more information on how Pilates can enhance your physical therapy treatment plan, contact R.A. Physical Therapy today at Los Angeles CA Center!

How does Pilates fit with Physical Therapy?

Pilates for rehabilitation purposes has been a growing trend in the physical therapy field for quite some time now. This advanced form of exercise not only helps in the recovery of an injured body part, but it also goes beyond that – it helps with improving strength and movement throughout the entire body.

Pilates can be used in areas other than injury rehabilitation, as well. It has also been known to be used as a stress management technique, as well as a way to strengthen the joints and muscles. It helps with improving muscle performance, motor control, and reinforcing postural alignment. By focusing on the core, Pilates is able to amplify your center of balance and promote an even musculature throughout the body.

This treatment is effective for a large number of neurological and orthopedic issues, which is the main reason why R.A. Physical Therapy incorporates it into our treatment plans. Some of the most common conditions treated with Pilates include:

  • Arthritis
  • Balance issues
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Brain injuries
  • Stroke

At R.A. Physical Therapy, our aim is to help you reach your full potential of physical function, no matter what your condition may be.

How do I get started?

If you are looking for Los Angeles, CA Pilates services, R.A. Physical Therapy is here for you. Contact our Los Angeles, CA physical therapy office today to schedule a consultation with one of our licensed physical therapists and discover the many ways in which Pilates can benefit you!