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Study the biomechanical processes of your body and utilize exercise-related practices as medicine for their clients.

Kinesiology is the study of human movement, health and rehabilitation. Also known as Kinesiotherapy, this treatment utilizes movement and manual therapy to correct the body and improve its functionality. This method addresses all forms of dysfunction, imbalance and pain, by identifying and treating biomechanical, neuromuscular and articular (joint) components. Kinesiology/Kinesiotherapy identifies the root cause of pain/dysfunction and treats the body holistically, rather than solely focusing on the area of complaint. This unique form of therapy can not only help you alleviate that frustrating pain but can also help with other health-related factors, including nutrition, lifestyle and habitual modifications and much more!

Assists With:
  • Low Back & Neck Pain

  • Sports & Muscle/Tendon Injuries

  • Headaches & Migraines

  • Chronic Muscle & Joint Pain

  • TMJ Dysfunction

  • Tennis & Golfers Elbow

  • Osteoarthritis Joint Pain

  • Disc Herniations & Bursitis

  • Concussions & Head Injuries

  • Sports Recovery & Performance

  • Frozen Shoulder & Rotator Cuff Pain

  • Ankle Sprains & Foot Pain

  • Whiplash & MVA Injuries

  • Sciatica & Neurological Conditions

  • Kinesiology Manual & Movement Examination 

  • Paramedical Health Screening & Assessment

  • Functional Kinesiology Treatment

  • Dynamometric Muscle Imbalance Assessments 

  • Manual Joint, Tendon & Muscle Therapy

  • MyoFascial & Neuromusculoskeletal Therapy

  • Spine & Head Assessment & Treatment

  • Functional Muscle Assessments

  • Muscle & Soft Tissue Manipulation

  • Joint Mobilizations & Corrections

  • Corrective Exercise Therapy

  • Fascial Stretch Therapy

  • IASTM - Muscle & Fascial Blading 

  • Medically Supervised Exercise

  • Neuromuscular & NeuroKinetic Therapy

  • Compression & Blood Flow Restriction Therapy

  • Customized Pain Management Plan & Strategy

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