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Kinesiology + Active Rehabilitation

Kinesiologists are professionals trained in the study of human movement, anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics and play a key role in developing and implementing active rehab training programs. Kinesiologists work closely with the patient’s Physiotherapist to implement specific active rehabilitation programs. These programs are tailored to the specific needs, abilities, and goals of individuals recovering from injuries, surgeries, or chronic conditions. The goal is to enhance overall physical well-being by addressing muscular imbalances, improving joint stability, and increasing strength and flexibility.

During an active rehab session, a kinesiologist guides clients through a series of exercises and movements that are selected based on their condition and rehabilitation objectives. These exercises are typically dynamic and engage multiple muscle groups, promoting functional improvement and overall fitness. The kinesiologist closely monitors and adjusts the program as needed to ensure that the exercises are safe, effective, and aligned with the individual's progress.

Active rehab training can benefit a wide range of individuals, including those recovering from orthopedic injuries, surgery, or managing chronic conditions such as arthritis. It is also valuable for preventing future injuries and enhancing athletic performance. The emphasis on active participation empowers individuals to actively participate in their recovery and promotes long-term health and fitness.

In summary, kinesiology and active rehab training work hand in hand to optimize human movement and function. Whether addressing rehabilitation needs or enhancing overall fitness, these approaches are grounded in the understanding of human biomechanics and are guided by professionals to ensure safe and effective outcomes.

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