What can you expect from an appointment with a biokineticist?

The first appointment consists of an evaluation (personal to each individual’s needs), which may involve one or more of the following: Recording a person’s general, medical or condition-specific history to determine any risks of exercise, a physical work capacity test, specific musculoskeletal tests, an electrocardiogram (ECG), blood pressure, range of motion and muscle strength tests, and the evaluation of body posture and body composition. Thereafter individualised exercise program prescription and guidance is provided, along with one-on-one sessions and follow-up assessments.


Biokinetics is the Science of Movement and the application of exercise in rehabilitative treatment. The primary function of Biokinetics is to improve physical functioning and health care through exercise. Biokinetics is concerned with health promotion, the maintenance of physical abilities and final phase rehabilitation, using the prescription of scientifically-based physical activity programmes.

A Biokineticist is a clinical exercise specialist who:

  • Facilitates a person’s improvement in physical well-being and quality of life through individualised scientific assessment and the prescription of exercise in rehabilitative treatment.  The aim being to prevent or intervene with certain ailments and to enhance performance (sport and work).
  • Evaluates and measures body posture, body composition, blood pressure, glucose levels, lung function, heart rate, fitness, muscle strength, endurance, power, flexibility and other health screenings.

Our services include:

  • Chronic Pain Management
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Spinal Rehabilitation
  • Weight Management Programs
  • Discovery Vitalites can be done
  • Momentum Multiply assessments

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