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kinesiology

[kə‚nēz·ē′äl·ə·jē]
(physiology)
The study of human motion through anatomical and mechanical principles.
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Put that together with the engineering minds and computer sciences and kinesiologists and nanotechnologists.
It is delivered by an interdisciplinary team (physiotherapist, occupational therapist, psychologist, kinesiologist, physician, guidance counsellor) 7 hours a day, 5 days a week, for 5 weeks.
Kilo-Actif's success is largely based on the adoption of an interval training program," added Valerie Guilbault, an EPIC Centre kinesiologist who oversaw the training of the participants.
Kinesiologists work in research, the fitness industry, clinically, and in industrial environments.
Intended audience: Patients, physiatrists (musculoskeletal medicine practitioners), rheumatologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, family physicians, kinesiologists, and other health care professionals.
Active Release has been taught to many disciplines, such as Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Massage Therapists, Kinesiologists, and Sports Physicians.
Although the relatively low levels of disability and pain are a likely cause for decreased differences between groups, it can be argued that clients with similar pain and disability characteristics are likely candidates for conservative care treatment and likely to present to kinesiologists or trainers for fitness appraisals.
That's why Wagner chose the small town downstream from Telluride, rather than staying in Boulder where he received his MBA, and assembled his advisory board of Front Range businessmen, biomechanics experts, kinesiologists, ski designers, physical therapists, racing coaches and angel investors.
Kinesiologists have discovered many methods for obtaining clear "yes" or "no" answers (see a list of online descriptions in the resources, below).
Kinesiologists believe that by "testing" the muscles of patients - in health kinesiology the forearm is used - they can pinpoint areas of imbalance in the body.