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CPA Teams with Bia 

Bia aims to accelerate the transfer of new scientific evidences through innovative, engaging and fun teaching methods.

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Musculoskeletal Webinar Series

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Conservative management for diastasis recti abdominis – Level 1

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The W-Sitting Controversy: Evidence and Science

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Management of Spinal Stenosis

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Rehabilitation Strategies for Patients with Cancer – Level 1

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Women’s Health Webinar Series

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Global Approach to Pain Management: Breathing

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Management of Cervicogenic Headache and Dizziness

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Golden rule : Acquisition of Postural Control

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Golden rule : Expanding Postural Control in infants

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Webinar: Small-muscle athletes – clinical tools and guidance to optimize prevention and treatment of musicians’ injuries

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Normal alignment of the lower extremity in youth

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Post-Arthroscopy Knee Rehabilitation Management

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Webinar: Rehab Challenges for Young Adults with Cancer

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Webinar: Overview of the Management of Spinal Stenosis

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Temporo-mandibular Disorders

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Bia works with expert instructors around the world to create online courses, blogs, videos and webinars.

Blog : Identifying pediatric feet - Guideline for clinicians

Changes in foot position alter leg and hip position, pelvic tilting, spinal alignment, and the orientation of body weight onto the foot segments.

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Blog : Pelvic Floor implications in running Athletes

Running is a complex biomechanical process which can be derailed by pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD). PFD presents with a myriad of symptoms under the broad categorizations of overactive and underactive pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. Overactive pelvic floor dysfunction can result in pain and in some instances incontinence due to lack of mobility of the pelvic floor during impact activities. Underactive pelvic floor dysfunction can result in urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse (POP), and aberrant running mechanics…

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