BIA physio


Home Exercise Circuit – Beginner fitness level

Claire here! You may have seen our Facebook post a few days ago of me doing a press up with a clap that I am rather proud of (click here to see). Feel free to give it a like if you too think it’s cool. > Now, I’ve decided that […]


Hip Health – 3 Part Series

3 Part Series on Hip Positioning, Strengthening and Mobility Part 1: Hip Positioning It’s important we optimise our hip positioning within its socket when in prolonged postures, such as sitting or standing, to maintain our hip health. Non-optimal positions can lead to hip pain and discomfort. Watch our video to […]


Concussion and Whiplash – The Importance of Treating The Neck

A violent shock or heavy blow to the body or head can result in a concussion or whiplash. Both very commonly result in a cervical (neck) injury. Neck injuries can cause inflammation as well as changes to the joints and nerves. Sometimes it can be hard to differentiate a neck […]


Triathletes – Tips and tricks to get better, faster.

Here is a series of exercises, postures, techniques and general advice in order to get more efficient, less prone to injury and most importantly faster when swimming, biking and running for triathletes. Swim • Important to have good thoracic (middle back) rotation when swimming. Exercises: 1. Standing (better sitting as […]


Running Intervals for Triathletes

Why run intervals? Our bodies are extremely clever and when we place a training stress on the body, it will adapt and then improve……that’s the whole point of training right? However, If we provide the same training stimulus every session then eventually we will reach a plateau of fitness. But […]