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the branch of physiology that studies the mechanics and anatomy in relation to human movement

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So by teaming us up with computer scientists and kinesiologists, you get a whole different perspective," he says.
A preliminary version, initially consisting of 42 photos, was administered in an exploratory study by 4 kinesiologists to a sample of 90 people presenting persistent back or neck pain who were registered in the occupational rehabilitation program at the Institui de readaptation en deficience physique de Quebec from January 2006 to September 2007.
Physicians also can enlist the help of many allied health professionals to take this step, including clinical psychologists, dieticians, health educators, and kinesiologists.
Introduction to Kinesiology: Studying Physical Activity provides a powerful survey highly recommended for any studying the evolving science of kinesiology, with top kinesiologists in the field discussing physical activity that goes beyond exercise and into the realms of philosophy, history and sociology alike.
Growing health consciousness has led to an explosion of gyms and fitness centers--again, areas where you need trained kinesiologists (and, I should add, physical therapists), who can evaluate a client's capabilities and limitations before starting a fitness program.
A meeting was organized to bring together a wider audience, including representatives from the Ministry of Health, the schools of nursing, the union, the kinesiologists association, a non-governmental organization from Spain focussing on nursing education as well as the dean of nursing schools.
The suggested range of results, points and grades can serve to PE teachers, as well as to practitioners kinesiologists, especially those that identify and select children, as a model for selecting sprint running talented children.
Regular physical activity/exercise has to be introduced to obese patients by kinesiologists, who are the professionals with the expertise to do so.
The quantum [technology] is used worldwide by doctors, kinesiologists, dentists, veterinarians, naturopaths, chiropractors, homoeopaths, acupuncturists, nutritionists, psychologists, and hypnotherapists to diagnose and treat mental, emotional and physical imbalances.
Thus, the "master plan" of the kinesiologists has worked.
With regard to occupation, the highest percentage of participants worked as kinesiologists (15.
This new fitness test had been designed by kinesiologists at the University of Victoria in the aftermath of a coroner's inquest into the death of a B.
Offered at EPIC Centre and overseen by physicians, kinesiologists and nutritionists, Kilo-Actif is a program which aims at modifying eating habits and promoting an active lifestyle through education on healthy practices.
While some physical therapists (PTs), kinesiologists, and biomechanists use the anterior superior iliac spines (ASIS) and the pubic symphysis to assess pelvic alignment, (5,7) it has been more common for dance researchers to use the relationship between the ASIS and the posterior superior iliac spines (PSIS) to make that assessment in dancers (8-12) and nondancers.
I went to specialist after specialist --osteopaths, endocrinologists, serologists, neurologists (even to kinesiologists, acupuncturists, and people who claimed to be able to leach toxins from my body by immersing me in muddy baths)--but never received either relief or a credible diagnosis.