Tips on improving your health

Jon Eckert

  • Registered Kinesiologist
  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Education

  • Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, University of Western Washington, 2012
  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist with National Strength & Conditioning Association, 2012
  • Advanced Functional Movement Amputee & Prosthetic course by Robert Gailey, 2012

Experience

  • BCAK Registered Kinesiologist, 2013-Present
  • Special Needs Care Provider (Developmental Services of NE 2008-09)
  • Personal Training since 2006, Private & Summer Boot Camp Setting
  • US Army 2001-2011, Combat Veteran & 2 time Army Commendation Recipient
  • Active Rehabilitation & Consulting for Veterans, 2011-Present

Areas of expertise

  • Strength & Conditioning
  • Active Rehabilitation
  • Posture & Functional Movement
  • Tactical & Technical Fitness Program Development

Interests

  • US College Football, Basketball, Tough Mudder, Running, Swimming, Hiking, Resistance Training
  • Auto Restoration
  • Travel

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After surgery for breast cancer, which involved removal of one breast and some lymph nodes, I developed a complication known as "Axillary Web Syndrome". It was a hardening in the tissue that left me unable to raise my arm very high. As I soon needed to raise my arm over my head for radiation treatments, this was a big problem. The Physiotherapists helped me regain full range of motion, and faster than my doctor predicted. I was also able to maintain the improved range of motion during and after radiation treatments (which also hardens tissue). The Physiotherapists are helpful, knowledgeable, and caring and have a great sense of humour. I highly recommend Panorama Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic.

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