List Of Kinesiology Schools In Uganda
What is kinesiology? Kinesiology means ‘the study of movement’. The term is also used by complementary medicine practitioners to describe a form of therapy that uses muscle monitoring (biofeedback) to look at what may be causing ‘imbalances’ in the body and attempts to relieve these imbalances.
Below are the List Of Kinesiology Schools In Uganda
Kampala school of health sciences
St. Francis School of Health Sciences
Busitema University Faculty of Health Sciences
Clarke International University
Uganda Institute of Allied Health & Management Sciences (UIAHMS-MULAGO)
International Health Sciences University Lubowa Campus
Jinja Health School Of Health Sciences
Soroti University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Makerere University Biomedical Engineering students association (MUBESA)
Makerere University School of Public Health
International Institute of Health Sciences Jinja
Uganda Christian University School of Medicine
Kampala Institute Of Science and Technology
Johnass International College of Health Sciences (JOHNASS)
Makerere University School of Health Sciences
What is kinesiology good for?
Kinesiology is a form of therapy that uses muscle monitoring (biofeedback) to look at imbalances that may be causing disease in the body. Kinesiology aims to detect and correct imbalances that may relate to stress, nutrition or minor injuries.
What are the branches of kinesiology?
- Exercise Physiology. Study of the body systems.
- Exercise Anatomy. Study of the structures of human organisms.
- Biomechanics. Study of the human body in motion through the principles of physics.
- Exercise Psychology. Science of the mind and behavior.
- Exercise sociology.
- Motor Learning. …
- Sport Pedogogy.
What are the Subdisciplines of kinesiology?
The subdisciplines include adapted physical activity, physical education pedagogy, sport pedagogy, exercise physiology, sport biomechanics, motor development disabled, motor learning, physical therapy, sports medicine, sport and exercise psychology, sport philosophy, sport sociology, sport history