Kinesiology

What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiology is the scientific study of human movement, often encompassing the anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, and psychology related to physical activity and exercise.  Kinesiology explores how muscles, bones, tendons, and joints work together to produce coordinated and efficient motion. Kinesiologists may apply their knowledge in diverse areas, such as sports performance, rehabilitation, ergonomics, and exercise physiology. Programs in kinesiology may cover a wide range of topics, including exercise science, sports management, motor control, and physical education.

Kinesiologists play a multifaceted role in promoting health and wellness by studying and applying principles related to human movement.

Our Kinesiologists can aid you by providing:

Using modalities like ultrasound and interferential current to provide pain relief. They can provide Exercise Prescriptions for moving and strengthening a joint.

Kinesiologists can provide sport-specific training for athletes and active programs for the general public. If you’re looking to learn how to lift and ease back into exercise this would be a great way to have a guided program.

They work with physiotherapists to provide injury prevention.

Overall, the role of a kinesiologist is diverse, encompassing a wide range of activities aimed at optimizing physical function, promoting health, and preventing or rehabilitating injuries.