Biokinetics primary function is to improve physical functioning and
health care through exercise as modality.
Individualised exercise programmes to rehabilitate back, neck, knee, shoulder, hip and ankle injuries and/or conditions
This includes prescribing programmes for weight loss, general fitness, muscle strengthening, toning and definition.
Promoting General Health
Testing and training to assist with athletes' endurance, speed, flexibility, agility, power, strength and reaction times, as well as the rehabilitation of sport injuries.
Exercise Testing for Athletes
A Biokineticist is a health professional who prescribes scientifically-
Chronic Diseases and conditions
Individual and supervised exercise programmes to prevent and manage conditions like heart disease, arthritis, osteoperosis, and pregnancy.
To rehabilitate injuries, treat medical conditions and improve sports performance, please contact us today and we will help you!
•Functions within professional alliance to health and medicine, and is recognised by and registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa.
•Improves a person’s physical wellbeing and quality of life through individualised scientific assessment and the prescription of exercise in rehabilitative treatment to prevent or intervene with certain ailments and the enhancement of performance (sport and work).
•Evaluates & Measures: body posture, body composition, blood pressure, glucose levels, lung function, heart rate, fitness, muscle strength, endurance, power, flexibility and other health screenings.
•Is a health professional who through health promotion and wellness create a better quality of life for people they work with?
The Science of Movement and the application of exercise in rehabilitative treatment of performance.
Movement is an essential part of everyday life, depended on constantly by people of all ages. Movement affects development, learning, communicating, working, health, and quality of life. At the most basic level, movement permits people to navigate and to stay oriented within their environment. It is critical for most work and recreation and allows people to interact more fully. For these reasons, movement is a defining element of quality of life
Life is Movement, Movement may be diminished or lost because of heredity, aging, injury, or disease. Such loss may occur gradually, over the course of a lifetime, or traumatically in an instant.
Conditions of movement loss that are linked with chronic and disabling diseases pose additional challenges for patients and their families. From the public health perspective, the prevention of either the initial impairment or additional impairment from this environmentally orienting and socially connecting functioning requires significant resources.
Prevention of movement loss or the resulting disabling conditions through the development of improved disease prevention, detection, or treatment methods or more effective rehabilitative strategies must be a global priority.
The profession of Biokinetics has evolved as a primary care health profession responding to the universal need for quality, accessible, cost-