In addition to treating acute and chronic injuries Kaylee can help you with a clinic and home health and exercise program that can change your life. Furthermore her services are covered under most insurance plans.
With 2014 around the corner you may want to maximize your benefits. If you contact the office we can inquire and explain your coverage.
"This is more affordable and practical then a personal trainer. Our goal is to train you to be independent and put you in control of your health."
A consultation includes an interview and complete assessment of motion, strength, and flexibility. Now the fun begins as we create a plan to success so that you can reach your goals. A specific exercise and general fitness program will be developed for you to begin. Follow ups every 1-3 weeks to track progress and provide progressions.
Everybody is unique in body type, general condition and goals. My job is to put together a program to satisfy all aspects of each client. I am a motivated practitioner and would like to use my energy and specialized training to help you achieve your goals. I define my success as a therapist by results and satisfaction of my clients.
Besides injury treatment and rehabilitation, athletic therapists are exercise specialists. They can put together home conditioning programs for you, using only your bodyweight and minimal equipment.
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Kaylee received her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Applied Health from the University of Winnipeg in 2011, and certified with the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association as an Athletic Therapist in 2012. She has completed a course in Soft Tissue Release, and plans to continue taking courses that will broaden her treatment technique repertoire.
She has been actively involved as a therapist within the sporting community of Winnipeg, working with teams such as the St. James Canucks in the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League, the St. Johns High School Football Team, the Greendell Falcons Football Club, the Manitoba Women's Junior Hockey League, the Explode and Winnipeg Aboriginal Sport Achievement Center football camps, and track and field, racquetball, volleyball, and basketball events.
She has experience working with clients of all ages, children to elderly, and of all fitness levels, from sedentary to elite athletes. Her treatments focus mainly on manual therapy and customized exercise programs that allow for optimal rehabilitation as well as total body conditioning.
In her spare time, she enjoys resistance training, running, snowboarding, swimming, and playing guitar.