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What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiology is the scientific study of human movement, performance and function, and incorporates the sciences of biomechanics, anatomy, physiology, psychology and neuroscience. Kinesiologists work with people of all ages and physical abilities to treat and prevent injury and improve movement and performance.  (

Assessment and rehabilitation injuries and pain are completed with the biomechanics of the whole body in mind. Special focus is placed on rehabilitation through proper exercise and daily movement.

Kinesiologists are regulated in health professionals in Ontario. This means that only professionals registered with the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario may use the term “Registered Kinesiologist” or R. Kin.


Insurance Coverage

Like many paramedical services, Kinesiology services are not covered by OHIP. However, many extended health plans cover kinesiology services. Please check your individual plan. As with any services provided by a regulated health professional, you may also submit out-of-pocket kinesiology expenses on your annual tax return.

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Here's an example of what just one session of Fascial Remodeling can do! This before & after are an hour apart.

RMT Asha started working with this client to prep her for breast reduction surgery. They did 2 prep sessions prior to the reduction, and this treatment was their first one since the surgery 3 weeks ago.

The client reported feeling more breast congestion on her left side post op, but as you can see her entire torso was congested (1). Her whole right side was pulled up (3) and rotated (2), and most of her weight was on her left leg (4). After the treatment, the torso girth reduced, her rotation relaxed (see the belly button position), and her weight was evenly distributed on both legs.

Breast work was modified according to the client's current activity level, surgeon's recommendation, and scar quality.

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