Soccer-Specific Athletic Assessment

Our Soccer Specific Assessment is designed to identify imbalances, weaknesses, and dysfunction in the body that could limit the technical ability or physical capacity of the soccer athlete. The assessment consists of a Therapeutic Movement Screen, to examine relevant joints and movements for the soccer athlete, as well as a Physical Performance Test to assess power, speed, agility, and stamina. Testing results can be used to design a customized soccer specific training program for the athlete.

Soccer Specific Athletic Assessment at Kinetic Evolution in Kelowna, BC (1:52)

Soccer Injury Rehabilitation & Conditioning

Soccer is a physically demanding sport that stresses the soccer athlete in unique ways.

Through our years of experience working with soccer athletes ranging from club to national levels and specialized certification from FIFA for soccer-specific rehab, we understand that soccer athletes require specialized treatment, injury rehabilitation and training. Our therapy team, consisting of physiotherapy, chiropractic, massage therapy and strength & conditioning specialists, works collaboratively to deliver elite-level therapy to soccer athletes. We utilize the latest technology, use evidence-based techniques and create open lines of communication with athletes, coaches and parents to ensure a safe return to play while working to reduce the risk of re-injury.

Therapies that may be included in your treatment plan:

Laser therapy to help the healing process of acute injuries
Shockwave Therapy to help improve blood flow and minimize scar tissue
Graston Technique and Active Release Technique to help reduce soft tissue tension
Deep Oscillation to help reduce swelling
RockTape kinesiology taping to help with injury recovery and performance
Individualized rehabilitative exercise program to correct imbalances or restrictions designed to reduce the risk of injury
Sport Massage to help with pain and tension related to sport

Schedule a FREE Consultation

We invite you into our facility for a complementary 60-minute consultation. This meeting is focused on information gathering, with no exercise required during the initial consultation.