Meet Darin Luscher, Kinesiologist and Certified Personal Trainer at Fleming Fitness. Darin is the newest member of the team who works in our clinic in Kanata. His specialties include helping motor vehicle accident victims, Veterans, Seniors, Sports teams, concussions, and more.
With our fast-paced and busy lives, stress builds up, and we often end up with injuries from overwork and fatigue or simply need to relax after a pressure-filled week. Additionally, as we’re busy with appointments, work, kids, etc., we often don’t have time available in our busy schedules to take out for a spa day.
Whether you’re injured or become ill due to your work, Functional Capacity Evaluations or FCEs can help you evaluate your physical ability to determine if you can safely return to work. The FCEs are a set of tests and observations to assess several factors related to your physical strength, stamina or endurance, range of motion, and flexibility. These evaluations will uncover how your condition may impact how you do essential functions on the job. To help you understand the importance of FCEs, the experts at Fleming Fitness have explained in detail in this blog.
Whether you’re working from home, traveling to work, on vacation, or self-quarantining, it isn’t always easy to stick to an exercise routine or maintain your fitness goals. You may have limited access to fitness facilities or equipment or find it difficult to exercise without your gym buddy. If you’re used to attending a fitness class with a motivating fitness instructor, you might also be disappointed in the intensity of workouts on your own.
Acupuncture is an ancient and traditional Chinese method that uses needles inserted at specific sites on the body to help relieve pain and treat other health concerns. While it sounds like a painful treatment, it has been studied and practiced for thousands of years.