Welcome at Bia, the post-graduate education center for healthcare professionals.
We aim to facilitate and accelerate the transfer of new scientific evidence through innovative, engaging and fun teaching methods.
We work with expert instructors from around the world. We create online courses, blogs, videos, web series and webinars.
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The Bia Team
This course will give you an overview of the management of spinal stenosis on different levels, including imaging, medical and surgical management, and rehabilitation. There will also be a discussion on how to exercise prescription and self-treatment techniques.
This webinar is intended to help address this need by increasing healthcare professionals’ familiarity with musicians, their work demands, their work environment, common pathologies, and most importantly, what we can do to help them.
Hip impairments may involve underlying pelvic floor impairments due to a shared fascia and neuromuscular plane. While hip impairments are commonly treated in orthopedic physiotherapy settings, the pelvic floor component is commonly missed, resulting in suboptimal outcomes for the patient. This brief introductory course will introduce the role of the pelvic floor in hip function and shed light on the otherwise dark areas In relation to the procedure for properly checking for pelvic floor involvement in hip impairments.
This webinar will provide an overview of the microbiome and its implications as well as common practices throughout the perinatal period, some of which are beneficial and some of which have negative implications for the microbiome, a topic that all involved healthcare providers need to better understand.
The functional impact of combined surgical, radiological and systemic treatment interventions frequently have long term consequences on the quality of survivorship and rehabilitation is essential. This webinar will focus on the rehabilitation interventions prescribed in 4 case studies in young adult patients including central nervous system cancer, testicular cancer, rectal cancer and advanced breast cancer.