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Kinesiology & Movement Therapy

Personalized fitness

Supporting your movement journey

At Bump Physio & Co, we offer personalized fitness, kinesiology, and exercise rehabilitation services. Our team combines strength, conditioning, clinical pilates, and core exercises to help you move your body the way you want and in the way that feels best to you!

Kinesiology is the study of human movement and focuses on using exercise and movement to help individuals promote and optimize their health and well-being. Through movement and exercise, they manage, treat and rehabilitate various acute and persistent injuries, illnesses, workplace injuries, and motor vehicle collisions. Kinesiologists are trained to treat clients of any age and all physical abilities.

The team at Bump uses exercise and movement to get you back to doing the things you love every day. We can help you build up your strength, endurance, and cardiovascular conditioning to help you prepare for labour and delivery, resolve common pelvic floor symptoms such as leaking with coughing/ sneezing, pain with intercourse, pelvic floor heaviness, and pressure, and help you achieve your individual exercise and movement goals whether that be training for a marathon, return to Crossfit or carry your groceries (or toddler) pain-free and with ease. We are here to support YOU!

  • For persistent injuries, working with a kinesiologist is a great way to incorporate movement and exercise into your rehabilitation plan. Through a functional movement screen and targeted exercises, they can tailor a rehab plan that helps you achieve your goals. We also work with ICBC patients recovering from motor vehicle collisions who can greatly benefit from kinesiology and active rehabilitation services.

  • Your body changes after birth and we are here to help you recover. Common postpartum concerns that can benefit from our exercise rehabilitation and kinesiology services include incontinence (bladder, bowel, or gas), pelvic organ prolapse (feelings of heaviness/ pressure or a bulge), painful intercourse, tailbone pain, diastasis recti, C-section rehabilitation, pelvic girdle pain, postpartum low back pain, upper back/ neck and chest pain from feeding and generalized strengthening and conditioning.

  • Diastasis recti is a common pregnancy-related change in the muscles and connective tissue of the abdominal wall, where the abdominal muscles are stretched leaving a gap in between. 100% of pregnant people will have some degree of stretching by the end of their pregnancy. Through movement, breathwork, core stabilization and core strengthening, our kinesiologists can help retrain your core postpartum.

  • Working with a kinesiologist can help train or retrain your pelvic floor muscles at any stage of life. This can help those struggling with incontinence, (peri)menopause, pelvic pain, constipation, bowel dysfunction among other pelvic health conditions.

  • At Bump, we like to take and active approach to pregnancy and prenatal care. Research supports generalized strength and conditioning as well as targeted pelvic floor muscle training in pregnancy can prevent many postpartum complications and pelvic floor conditions. We like to think of it as pre-hab for birth! Working with our team of registered physiotherapists and kinesiologists in pregnancy can help keep you moving and feeling your best throughout your pregnancy nad help prepare your body for birth and the postpartum period.

  • Kinesiologists are masters of movement. They can help you build up your strength, endurance, and your cardiovascular conditioning through movement and exercise, to effectively manage, treat and rehabilitate various acute and persistent injuries, illnesses, workplace injuries, and motor vehicle collisions. Kinesiologists are trained to treat clients of any age and all physical abilities.

  • Kinesiologist are an important part of the active rehabilitation process after a motor vehicle collision. Through movement, exercise and education they are here to support you in your recovery.

Kinesiology

Initial Assessment (55 min) $115
Follow-up Session (40 min) $89

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