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Active Rehab & Kinesiology

Active Rehab & Kinesiology

Active rehabilitation is a kinesiology-directed exercise-based approach to injury recovery and prevention. A kinesiologist can help individuals with injury, disability, or medical condition(s) reach their health and fitness goals in a safe and progressive manner.

Our kinesiologists can help you recover from overuse or acute injury through mobility exercises and active rehabilitation. They also help you manage, rehabilitate, and prevent mobility issues that impede how your body moves and functions after injuries and car accidents.

Active rehabilitation is an exercise-based approach to treatment and rehabilitation.

A typical session with a kinesiologist will include injury-specific exercises, core, postural stabilization, general strengthening, and education regarding the principles of active rehabilitation, posture, and proper body mechanics. Ultimately, active rehabilitation aims to provide you with increased resolution of symptoms and independence in recovery through a structured exercise regimen.

  • Therapeutic exercise
  • Muscle activation
  • Exercise technique
  • Injury prevention and management
  • Performance therapy
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Our Trainers

Kinesiology & Personal Training

Sam Wegert

Sam is a graduate from Trinity Western University in Langley where he completed his Human Kinetics degree in April 2022. He is a Registered Kinesiologist as well as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Personal Trainer. He has worked with collegiate-level sports teams as a student therapist as well as a Strength and Conditioning intern. Sam has worked and learned in the fitness industry for over 6 years, providing him with the skills and experience to help patients achieve their goals.

Sam believes every patient has their own story and every path to moving and feeling better is slightly different. He believes a holistic approach that incorporates patient education is the best way to ensure long-term success within one’s health and quality of life.

Sam is hoping to get accepted into a Masters of Physical Therapy program where he will continue to learn and develop the skills needed to help bring his patients back to a higher quality of life.

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Parveen Virk

Parveen is a graduate from Simon Fraser University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science with a Major in Kinesiology. She has been a certified member of the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK) for the past 3 years. She has knowledge in the subjects of functional anatomy, exercise physiology, biomechanics, injury prevention and nutrition. In addition, Parveen is certified in BC Sports Aid, Canadian Fitness Education Services and RAD Mobility Level 1: Self-Myofascial Release. At Simon Fraser University, Parveen successfully completed an Active Health and Rehabilitation concentration which focused on fitness appraisal, clinical kinesiology and exercise rehabilitation. She has special interests in musculoskeletal disorders, chronic pain management and weight training.

As a certified Kinesiologist, Parveen utilizes an evidence-based approach to help her clients. She applies the study of exercise science to optimize client health and performance. Her clients can expect in-depth functional assessments and individualized treatment plans that aim to improve flexibility, mobility, and strength. She is motivated to help clients recover from injury and reach their wellness goals.

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Jennifer Tinnes

Jennifer is a graduate of The University of Western Ontario where she completed an Honours Specialization in Clinical Kinesiology with distinction. Her specialization focused on understanding how kinesiology can be applied to different populations including athletes, older adults, and individuals with chronic diseases such as COPD, arthritis, heart disease and diabetes. Additionally, she possesses knowledge in the areas of biomechanics, exercise physiology, and nutrition.

While at Western University, she interned at Thames Valley Family Health Team, one of the largest family health teams in Ontario. She played a key role in creating and delivering exercise education programs tailored to various chronic disease populations including individuals with heart disease, arthritis, and diabetes.

Jennifer believes that exercise is medicine and that any step towards more movement, is a step towards improvement. Her main goal is to understand the specific needs of each patient and use evidence-based practices to create unique and suitable exercise plans.

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