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SERVICES

Post-Rehabilitation

Facilitates recovery from injury and enhances activities of daily living by strengthening and reintegrating weak/dysfunctional muscles, joints, and movement patterns.

Nutritional Coaching

Improves health and body composition by exploring optimal food choices and preparation, essential nutrients, actions of nutrients, the effects of deficiencies/excesses of nutrients, and supplementation where indicated.

Personal Training

Used to increase the general health/fitness of individuals with no existing medical issues. Improves strength, power, bone density, cardiovascular health, mobility, and flexibility.

PHILOSOPHY

Movement

The body manages many muscles, stabilizers, synergists, and joints simultaneously. Our exercises reflect these characteristics to enhance activities of daily living and overall health, performance, and longevity.

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Nutrition

Nutrition plays a central role in health support and disease prevention. Our Kinesiologists will provide nutritional coaching, helping you make better dietary choices to improve your quality of life.

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Recovery

Do you feel tired, sore, and worn out? Our team can help you improve your sleeping hygiene, teach relaxation techniques, and provide methods to loosen up sore and tight muscles.

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