Kinesiology improves physical performance and provides ergonomic strategies to prevent injury at work and home.


  • Kinesiology involves biomechanics and orthopedics as it relates to movement and physical activity.

  • Kinesiologists understand how the body moves, muscles work, and how different physical activities affect the body.

  • Kinesiologists use techniques to assess movement and physical performance, including motion analysis, and force measurement.

Our Kinesiologists

  • Kinesiologists develop exercise programs to improve strength, flexibility, endurance, overall health & wellness.

  • Kinesiologists develop techniques to improve physical performance.

  • Kinesiologists help people achieve their physical potential and maintain optimal health and wellness.


  • Kinesiology includes the study of human movement and physical exercise. It incorporates physiology, biomechanics, psychology, and neuroscience, among other relevant topics.

  • One of the goals of Kinesiology is body movement and how physical activity affects the body. This includes the study of musculoskeletal anatomy and function, as well as the physiological and biomechanical movement.

  • Kinesiologists use various techniques to assess movement and physical performance, including motion analysis, electromyography (EMG), and force measurement.

  • These assessments help identify areas of strengths and weaknesses, as well as potential areas of risk, which can be used to design customized exercise programs to improve physical function and prevent injury.

  • Kinesiologists develop strategies to prevent injuries. This includes therapeutic exercises, stretches, and other techniques to help recover from injuries or surgeries to regain strength and mobility.

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