KINESIOLOGY

Kinesiology is the science of human movement. It focuses on how the body functions and moves.  We offer posture evaluation, exercise and fitness programs, cardiovascular training, corporate wellness programs and ergonomic assessments. A kinesiological approach applies the latest evidenced based medicine principles to preserve and enhance human movement in all settings and populations.


Contact us in order to book an ergonomic  assessment or seminar! 
We also offer bilingual services. 


Ergonomic Seminar

Our Seminar includes:

  • Principles of neutral posture
  • How to diminish pain and discomfort in the office
  • Basics of optimal workstation set up
  • Risk for musculoskeletal injury


The value of attending the seminar

Participants will leave this seminar with the ability to adjust their chairs and workstations to minimize risk for fatigue and pain. Seminars are usually an hour and can be adjusted to suit your needs. This is an excellent way to increase awareness and to meet an employer’s legal obligations to educate workers about safe work practices.


Ergonomic Assessment 

Our Assessment includes:

  • Improving workstation design and layout
  • Instructing employees on proper chair usage and review best seating and posture practices
  • Surveying lighting issues and techniques for controlling monitor glare
  • Reviewing best practices for mousing and keyboard techniques
  • Identifying potential risk factors in the workplace
  • Recommending correct ergonomic equipment


The value of Ergonomic Assessment

You can add tremendous value to the productivity of your office and the health of your employees by bringing in an ergonomic specialist to do an on-site assessment. It is important to provide ergonomic office equipment for your staff, including an expert perspective will help maximize the benefits of using such equipment. 



 ​Risk factors for workplace injuries:

  • Repetition
  • Force
  • Duration
  • Recovery time
  • Awkward posture
  • Static posture
  • Contact stress
  • Environmental
  • Vibration
  • Psycho social
  • Increased computer use


Symptoms of workplace ergonomic related injuries

  • ​Joint pain in the wrist, neck, shoulder, elbow, fingers, thumb, back or knees that occurs after activity or after a period of inactivity.
  • Pain that reoccurs or that may last several days to weeks, or even months.
  • Joint redness, warmth or swelling.
  • Loss of joint motion.
  • Loss of ability to perform daily activities.
  • Constant need to shake and stretch a limb
  • Headache, eyestrain​​