PhysioLife is pleased to add Kinesiologist Bayo Adenekan to our team. Bayo graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Kinesiology. He is a member of the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK) and holds a SportMedBC Sports Aid certificate. As a human movement specialist, Bayo uses an evidence-based approach to prescribe individually tailored exercises to clients suffering from musculoskeletal injuries, MVA-related injuries, workplace injuries and chronic health conditions. Through active rehabilitation and general strength and conditioning, Bayo’s strives to empower clients to move with confidence as they engage in activities of daily living.
Bayo’s interest in physiotherapy and active rehabilitation emanated from his own experience dealing with sport-related injuries while playing competitive basketball in high school. He is a strong advocate of combining physiotherapy with exercise therapy to promote successful recovery.
Bayo is always seeking to advance his knowledge and skills as a kinesiologist by attending seminars in the field of exercise therapy and musculoskeletal disorders. He has completed a certificate in Functional Movement Screens (FMS), a 7-part screening tool used to determine limitations in fundamental movement patterns. He also has a keen interest in sport-specific training, sport nutrition, and NeuroKinetic Therapy.
In his downtime, Bayo enjoys basketball, running, weight training, kickboxing, and cooking. He takes much pleasure from exploring and tasting various cuisines.
If you’re interested in our active rehab program or are looking for an exercise program, Bayo can help!