Bryan Dietterle

What is a Kinesiologist?

A Kinesiologist is a professional who has obtained a 4 year under-graduate degree at an accredited University. Typically, a Practicing Kinesiologist will specialize in the science of human biomechanics, anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology and how it is related to an individuals performance, function, and movement.

Kinesiologists play an integral role in enhancing athletic performance, injury prevention, and physical rehabilitation - often referred to Active Rehabilitation. Unlike personal trainers, a Kinesiologist is certified and educated to work with individuals that suffer from chronic health problems, including but not limited to - Cardiovascular Disease, Strokes, Diabetes, Osteoporosis, spinal stenosis, and lumbar disc herniation.

Kinesiologists can not only practice in an active care manner through exercise prescription but also with passive care, using passive therapy modalities such as Soft-Tissue-Release Therapy, Cupping Therapy, Athletic Taping, and Passive Stretch Therapy.

Active Rehabilitation:

We offer ICBC approved treatments to help you along your journey towards physical wellness and a pain free future. Ask your doctor if you too believe that Kinesiology is right for you. As of April 1, 2019 you're pre-approved for up to 12 active rehabilitation sessions within the first 12 weeks after your accident. If your accident was longer than 12 weeks ago, referrals are required in order to receive compensation for treatment.

Make an appointment today and see what a Kinesiologist can do for you! You may cut down down on the waiting time by printing out the form below and filling it out ahead of time. Don't forget to bring it with you to your first appointment!