Our Kinesiologists at Hayer Health provide a comprehensive understanding of how our bodies function and move. With in-depth knowledge of how muscles, bones, and joints work together, our team can help you be the best version of yourself.
ICBC Active Rehab
Kinesiology offers crucial support for those recovering from car accidents.
By analyzing the mechanics of human movement, the kinesiologists at Hayer Health can develop tailored rehabilitation programs to address injuries and improve mobility.
Whether it’s assessing the impact on muscles, joints, or overall body coordination, kinesiology plays a crucial role in guiding exercise therapy for those involved in car accidents.
Understanding how the body responds to trauma enables our team to design exercises that not only aid in recovery but also help prevent long-term issues, contributing to a more effective and holistic rehabilitation process for those on ICBC claims.
At Hayer Health, we are dedicated to helping individuals achieve their fitness goals and exercise safely.
Our kinesiologists use the Selective Functional Movement Analysis (SFMA) to assess movement patterns to identify any dysfunctional or imbalanced areas in the body.
This comprehensive assessment guides the development of personalized fitness programs tailored to address specific needs, ensuring a safe and effective exercise routine.
Our approach focuses on understanding how the body moves and functions, enabling us to provide guidance that enhances overall well-being.
Whether you’re a fitness enthusiast or someone new to the gym, our clinic is committed to supporting you on your journey to optimal health, helping you move better and achieve your fitness aspirations with confidence.
Manraj graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia.
An elite athlete in both soccer and hockey, he brings a wealth of experience in high performance sports. Graduating from John Oliver Secondary School, he grew up and still lives in South Vancouver.
Manraj played 4 years of major junior hockey with the Everett Silvertips of the WHL (Western Hockey League) playing in 194 games and scoring over 100 points.
He then moved on to play with the UBC Thunderbirds of USports (CIS) and was named an Academic All Canadian during his 4 years with the team. Manraj continued to stay involved as an assistant coach after being forced to retire due to injuries. He uses this experience in his approach to rehabilitation, hoping to guide those athletes looking to reach the next level in their sports.
Away from the clinic, Manraj enjoys staying active and has recently taken up golf as most retired athletes do. As a lefty, he continues to claim that his driver’s power slice is a strategy he willingly employs.