Interested in Kinesiology Career opportunities?
With the growing movement in complementary health, and the growing interest in Kinesiology, there has been an increase in the number of people seeking Kinesiology therapy with a highly skilled and well-qualified Kinesiologist.
A career as a Kinesiologist can be both financially rewarding as well as spiritually fulfilling.
Once you have completed an Advanced Diploma of Functional Kinesiology, the skills learnt can help with many issues. These include physical pain, injuries, sports performance; emotional stress, poor self-esteem, fears and phobias; relationship problems; learning difficulties; hormonal imbalances, menopause, and PMS; sleep problems and low energy levels; structural imbalances; digestive issues; respiratory problems; adrenal fatigue; bed-wetting; achieving goals.
Since an Advanced Kinesiologist can help with a huge variety of issues being faced by every day Australians, there is a need for many more Kinesiologists all across the country. This means a qualified Kinesiologist could embark on a career specialising in a particular area: sports, learning issues, hormonal imbalances, corporate performance, etc. Alternatively, they could be a general practitioner working with all aspects of wellness. A day in the clinic as a Kinesiologist never gets dull, there is always so much variety of clients and their presenting challenges.
O’Neill Kinesiology College courses cover a range of Kinesiology techniques not available anywhere else in Western Australia. The Energetic Wellness Centre is currently the only certified training provider of this world class learning.
Training pathways available and their Kinesiology career outcomes:
- Diploma of Kinesiology is the minimum requirement to work in clinic as a Kinesiologist
- Advanced Diploma of Functional Kinesiology will allow one to work as an Advanced Kinesiologist
A recent review of graduates in Australia found that students who graduate with an Advanced Diploma qualification are twice as likely to successfully transition into clinical practice.