What is a Kinesiologist?

A kinesiologist is an individual who has obtained a four year undergraduate degree from an accredited university. This individual is considered a human movement specialist, having knowledge in anatomy, physiology, neurology, motor control and more.


Kinesiologists can work in a multitude of specializations including injury assessment and rehab, exercise therapy, health and fitness, ergonomics and disability health and safety. If you have suffered from a physical injury whether that is at work, in a car accident, sports related injury or any other life activities, a Kinesiologist can help.


A Kinesiologist offers an active, consistent, evidence-based approach to rehabilitation and/or intervention. This rehabilitation and/or intervention will provide you with your optimum level of function and greatest quality of life.

When to see Kinesiologist?

      • Injury in a motor vehicle accident – ICBC
      • Rehabilitation following surgery – hip replacement, ACL reconstruction, etc.
      • Balance and fall prevention programs with seniors
      • Return to work programs
      • Exercise programs
      • Strength and conditioning programs

Extended Benefits

Most providers cover kinesiology. Talk to your provider today.

ICBC Billing

We are a proud service provider of ICBC. Should you be injured in a car accident, speak to us today regarding your coverage. We provide Kinesiology services at no charge and directly bill ICBC.

Get in Touch

If you are someone who is interested in any of the services above, or simply looking for a local kinesiologist – you are in the right place. Please inquire within.