Introducing Kinesiology at WestcoastSCI
What is Kinesiology?
Kinesiology at Westcoast SCI is the study of human body movement, structure and function as it relates to aging and human disease processes. Kinesiologists have completed a four year degree and are registered members of the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists. They are experts in human movement, and whether your goal is to continue your rehabilitation post active treatment, improve your posture or increase your fitness, we can help.
We are excited to announce that we will now be offering kinesiology services at Westcoast SCI. Our goal is to provide you with safe and customized fitness program with a kinesiology perspective in order to return to work, sport and the things you love. We provide Functional Movement Assessments, ICBC Active Rehab, Ergonomics and guided fitness training and coaching to prevent injuries and rehabilitate, strengthen and perfect functional movement. We begin the process with a baseline assessment. You and your trainer will discuss a plan that will not only fit your lifestyle, but will also help you achieve your goals.
Who can Benefit from a Kinesiologist?
1. High performance or recreational athletes
2. Individuals preparing for or recovering from surgery
3. Individuals with chronic disease or injury
4. Aging populations looking to increase mobility
5. Anyone looking to improve their overall health
What Services do we Offer?
1. 1 on 1 Kinesiology Sessions
2. ICBC Active Rehabilitation
3. Functional Movement Assessment
4. Ergonomic Assessment
5. In Home Kinesiology Services
6. Body Composition Assessment
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