Why see a Biokineticist?

Our profession is a relatively new one. It arose from a need for a science-based exercise prescription not only for health and injury treatment but also for vitality and performance. Working with a Biokineticist can help reduce injury time, improve strength and endurance, increase flexibility and mobility and acquire static and dynamic stability. We aim to assess our clients using…

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Shin Splints (Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome)

Shin splints can occur because of overloading or faulty biomechanics. Over loading occurs when you increase the intensity of your work outs, change the terrain of your work outs (hard surfaces/uneven surfaces/hills) or when you first begin exercising. Compensatory movements in the ankle, foot, knee or hip may result in fatiguing of the ankle or hip stabilizers during the stance…

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