Moving Through Life, Performing Through Sport

We are a multidisciplinary health and fitness facility located in Kingston, Ontario. We offer services in physiotherapy, massage therapy, fitness training and nutrition. Our philosophies help our clients realize their ultimate health and strength and conditioning goals through an individualized, evidence-informed approach. Drawing from the fields of biomechanics, exercise physiology and rehabilitation therapy, each client is taken through an extensive biomechanical and metabolic assessment, identifying movement pattern dysfunctions, muscle imbalances, and cardiovascular capacity. This information is used to establish a safe, effective and efficient exercise program to meet all health and fitness goals.

Fitness Training

Our integrated care creates a seamless transition along the medical-performance continuum, leading to an enhanced physical and health performance.


The rehabilitation department at Movement Performance Centre offers Physiotherapy services for acute and chronic orthopaedic injuries.

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy can be used to help a wide variety of patients in the treatment of illness, injury rehabilitation, disability, and more.


We offer a variety of nutrition services aimed at helping clients set goals that are realistic and focused on indicators of health.

Recent Blog Posts

ACL Prevention

Did you know that the risk of many ACL injuries can be significantly reduced?In a study it was noted that most frequent ACL injuries in high school sports for boys occur during football (71.2%), while for girls it occurred during soccer (53.2%) (Joseph et...

Ligament Sprains

In our previous blog, we talked about muscle strains. In today’s blog, we want talk about ligament sprains.The term sprain is associated with an injury to a ligament. The function of a ligament is to connect two bones in order to provide stability and...

Muscle Strains

Often you hear different terms thrown around such as sprain and strain. What exactly is the difference? The term strain is associated with an injury to the muscle or tendon, whereas the term sprain is associated with an injury to a ligament. Muscle strains...