Kinesiologists proactively assist clients by planning and arranging services to facilitate a safe return to work and to improve other activities of daily living. In cases where a return to work is not possible, we assist in determining the level of impairment and job retraining required. Other related services can include job coaching and insurance or health benefit claim management.
Kinesiologists are also employed in the capacity of health and safety managers, where we assess and monitor employee physical abilities in occupations which place high or unique physical demands on employees. A kinesiologist’s knowledge of the effects physical stress and workload has on the human body makes us ideally suited for this type of position.
We can be integral to the employee recruitment, training, monitoring and assessment of physical abilities of employees on an ongoing basis. We also manage and implement employee health and wellness programs.
Kinesiologists design and conduct health and wellness programs for all age groups. We teach and organize courses and workshops in health promotion including general fitness, sport performance, athletic training, human nutrition and general issues related to a person’s physical well-being.