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Currently only offered out of the Fort McMurray Location

What is Kinesiology? 

Kinesiology involves examining the dynamics of body movement and its impact on the body. A kinesiologist is proficient in guiding individuals to discover optimal body movements, enhancing muscle strength, and expanding range of motion. This field contributes to injury prevention, alleviation of pain, recovery from injuries, and, in certain instances, optimization of athletic performance.

Benefits of Kinesiology

Kinesiology, identifies and addresses physical muscle imbalances that contribute to pain and irregularities in the body. The evaluation of muscle strength helps alleviate physical and emotional discomfort, with imbalances potentially causing structural strain, muscle spasms, joint pain, reduced sports performance, and systemic health issues. Kinesiology aids the body in reacting to imbalances, prompting natural healing through muscle balancing techniques. Continuous monitoring focuses on stressed muscles. Additionally, Kinesiology analyzes structural and physical needs using natural methods. Identifying areas that may lead to health problems.


A customized workout plan designed to enhance overall health and well-being. The benefits of Kinesiology include promoting mental and physical health, addressing various ailments through holistic techniques, and achieving a balanced and sustainable life. Common issues such as depression, aches, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, rheumatism, allergies, and digestive problems can be effectively addressed with Kinesiology.

Treatment Types

One on One

Working with one of our Kinesiologists individually to identify any movement issues and develop a personalized treatment or exercise regimen tailored to your specific needs and body requirements.

Group Classes

If exercising alone isn't your preference, or if you enjoy group activities, this treatment option might be ideal for you! Led by a kinesiologist, group sessions will include both educational components and workout routines.

TPI Assessments

- For Golfers

The Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) screen, is quickly becoming an invaluable tool in assessing the overall condition of a player by examining how their body moves and how their movement can correlate to possible swing faults.

Benefits to a TPI assessment

  •  Identifying swing faults

  •  Analyzing physical ability

  •  Improving the golf swing

  •  Low back pain during and after golf

  •  Poor posture and control

  •  Golfer’s elbow

  •  Muscular imbalances

What to expect...

Clients will take part in 16 different movement patterns where the results are input into the TPI system. The system uses the results to generate a fitness handicap and design a personalized golf fitness training program to help improve the body's physical limitations that are impacting your golf swing. 

Come to your assessment in clothes you can move in and clean running shoes. No golf clubs necessary. 


Please note that not all insurers have coverage for Kinesiology appointments. In some cases we will be unable to bill directly to your insurer. Please check your coverage before booking 

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