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Cheryl Fong, B.Kin.

Originally from Hong Kong, Cheryl moved to Vancouver BC in 2013 to explore possibilities. With a background of swimming and a passion for an active lifestyle, Cheryl decided to dive into Kinesiology at University of British Columbia in 2016 and completed her Bachelor in May 2020. 
Cheryl is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin, and aims to specialize in active rehabilitation and injury prevention. With a patient-centered approach, she takes in considerations like work duties, hobbies and daily activities into her treatment plans. In her spare time, you might find her kayaking around Vancouver and snowboarding down the Cypress mountain in the winter.

 KINESIOLOGY

   Schedule:                                   Location:

   
     Tuesday               10 am  -   6 pm                      Vancouver West
     Sunday                10 am  -   6 pm                       Vancouver East
                 

 

Common Kinesiology Treatment Areas:

- Youth and adult scoliosis                                   - tennis elbow

- wrist, back, neck pain                                        - work and sports related injuries

- motor vehicle accident related injuries

 

 

Kinesiology is an evidence-based practice of human body movements with its components such as anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, psychology, and their interaction with the environment. The purpose of kinesiology and active rehabilitation are primarily preventing, managing and rehabilitating injuries, as well as detect and correct imbalances that may relate to stress, nutrition, or minor injuries through progressive therapeutic exercise.

The major role of kinesiologists is being able to use muscle monitoring techniques to access information about a person’s wellbeing and to promote physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health. Using a patient-centred approach, treatment plans will be designed to meet the specific needs of the client. Patient-specific goals may include but are not limited to regaining muscle strength, increasing range of joint motion, and improving daily-activity body functions.

 

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