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This is from "The 3rd Rendez-vous de la gestion des maladies chroniques (chronic disease management conference) was held in Montréal on November 25 and 26, 2010. At the dinner on the last day,
Quebec’s minister of health and social services, Mr. Yves Bolduc, said the word “kinesiologist” at least three times during his speech.
In fact, he stressed the need for a multidisciplinary approach (preventative as well as secondary) in which kinesiologists would play a key role. In his opinion, kinesiology is one of the health professions that will be essential to managing chronic diseases. He also stated that physical activity is not being utilized to its full potential and encouraged the participants to take greater advantage of this tool. Several doctors were seated at my table, including a Diabète Québec director, a member of the Collège des médecins du Québec
and a senior official from Quebec’s department of health and social services. All were nodding in agreement and saying, in a friendly tone, “We are counting on you kinesiologists”. The senior official
even asked if there was a labour shortage in our profession."
To read more about why working with a Kinesiologist, such as Smart Athlete, visit the Ontario Kinesiology Association Website
To support the further formation of the College of Kinesiology and move towards integrating Kinesiologists into a holistic Health Care approach, including Medical benefits / insurance please voice your concern to your employeer, insurer and local government.
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I have been riding for a few months now pain free and then suddenly got a pain behind my knee the other day. Do you have any idea on what it might be ? I can't think of anything I have changed, done differently or strained in the last week or so.
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