Kinesiologists: Your Human Movement Specialists
We Can Help You Feel Better, Move Better And Live Better!
Kinesiologists are human movement specialists who help you feel better, move better and live better. Our organization, the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK), supports kinesiology and those who want to live healthy and active lives.
2018 Membership Renewal
The regular online membership renewal period for 2018 ends Sunday, December 31, 2016. The late membership renewal period runs from January 1, 2018 to January 31, 2018.
Please note: Memberships not renewed by the December 31st deadline are considered to be 'not in good standing', are subject to late fees and you many have restricted access to member services and benefits. Memberships not renewed by January 31, 2017 will lapse effective this date.
BCAK and You!
The BCAK, and our members, effectively contribute to achieving a balance between sustainable health cost management and proactive health management.
We support identifying effective strategies to maintain and improve, a sustainable health care system for British Columbians, while managing quality and cost of delivery. Kinesiologists are effective interdisciplinary team members in many healthcare programs today.
As an association, we are focused on raising awareness, understanding and acceptance of the integral role that Kinesiologists can provide in the health and wellness context of prevention, maintenance and rehabilitation.
Our members are committed to working within a defined Scope of Practice that supports the provincial health care mandate, and our members are also committed to ongoing professional development to enable the delivery of best service practices.
Kinesiologists are community based and accessible to work with you on improving your health and wellness. Kinesiologists provide a wide range of health services ranging from:
- Fitness and health evaluations;
- Exercise prescription;
- Postural assessment and education;
- Athletic training;
- Exercise therapy and interventions;
- Therapeutic application of heat and cold;
- General nutritional counselling;
- Ergonomics; and
- (within BCAK Scope of Practice limitations) Mobilizations, manual therapy and manipulation; osteopathic manual techniques; and electrical therapy techniques.