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What is the Difference Between Kinesiology and Physiotherapy?
During their first kinesiology session, clients often wonder what the difference is between kinesiology and physiotherapy. They would also like to further understand when to choose between a kinesiologist and a physiotherapist for care.
A Powerful Stretching Ratio to Boost Energy
Our bodies become unbalanced and stuck due to chronic work habits, repetitive movements, single directional sports and/or injuries. This myofascial tension drains our energy and creates pain. We end up tighter on one side or in one direction. Try this powerful ratio to stop feeling cramped.
Why Get Kinesiologists to Fill Exercise Prescriptions
When patients are told by their family physician to be more active, they often don't have the first clue of where to go or how to start. Kinesiologists provide guidance to fill their prescription based on their health history, lifestyle and goals.
5 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Painful Osteoporosis Fractures
According to Osteoporosis Canada, fractures from osteoporosis are more common than heart attack, stroke and breast cancer combined. Popular belief is that women are primary sufferers of osteoporosis, however both men and women, of all ages, are susceptible. Over a period of time bone becomes thin and porous, which exponentially increases the risk of fracture.
How to Release Trigger Points for Myofascial Pain Relief
Trigger points contribute to muscle and fascia pain (myofascial pain). Learning how to release trigger points therapy techniques will help you quickly relieve myofascial pain, improve your range of motion, increase strength, and reduce muscle fatigue.
Kinesiologist-Led Yoga for Neck and Back Pain Relief
Last Updated: June 23, 2023 In 2009, a client came to us with injuries they sustained in a car crash.[...]

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