What is a Kinesiologist?
Kinesiologists are university-educated healthcare professionals, who apply exercise and movement science to promote health and well-being; prevent, manage and rehabilitate injuries; treat illness and chronic disease; restore function, and optimize human performance in the workplace, clinical settings, sport and fitness.
The full Scope of Practice for Affiliated Kinesiologists can be found here.
Kinesiologists working in the health promotion industry focus on working with individuals to enhance the health, fitness, and well-being of the individual. Kinesiologists can be found working in fitness facilities, personal training/corporate wellness facilities, and industry.
Kinesiologists work with individuals with disabling and often chronic conditions to assist in regaining their optimal physical functions. They work with individuals in their homes, fitness facilities, rehabilitation clinics, and in the workplace.
Kinesiologists work in industry to assess suitability of design of work environments and provide expert advice for modifications and assistive devices to maximize productivity.
Health and Safety
Kinesiologists are professionally involved in industrial and commercial settings to identify hazards and provide recommendations and solutions to optimize the health and safety of workers.
Disability Management/Case Coordination
Kinesiologists recommend and provide plans of action related to injured persons and their goals to regain optimal physical function.
Kinesiologists are often active contributors to research and innovation in all areas of human movement.
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