Monthly Archives: September 2017

Contact us, it’s easy.

Whether you’re looking to make an appointment or ask about our services, now you can contact us by following these simple steps Go to our website  https://bim.physio/ Choose Contact Us from our main menu Send us an email with your questions or queries and we will respond within the next 24 – 48 hours. We look forward to hearing from you.Whether you're looking to make an appointment or ask about our services, now you can contact us by following these simple steps Go to our website  https://bim.physio/ Choose Contact Us from our main menu Send us an email with your questions or queries and we will respond within the next 24 - 48 hours. We look forward to hearing from you.

Stop Deadlifting with a Mixed Grip

Do not use a mixed grip – one hand pronated, one supinated – while deadlifting. Yes, the mixed grip is much stronger than a regular double-overhand grip because it prevents the bar from rolling in your hands and opening the fingers up. However, this type of grip can lead to some serious imbalances. According to Dr. John Rusin, the alternating hand position  places you at a higher risk for shoulder, biceps and elbow injuries during your pulls, it may actually be limiting your strength development and ability Read More +Do not use a mixed grip – one hand pronated, one supinated – while deadlifting. Yes, the mixed grip is much stronger than a regular double-overhand grip because it prevents the bar from rolling in your hands and opening the fingers up. However, this type of grip can lead to some serious imbalances. According to Dr. John Rusin, the alternating hand position  places you at a higher risk for shoulder, biceps and elbow injuries during your pulls, it may actually be limiting your strength development and ability Read More +

The Barbados RSPCA Fundraising Golf Tournament

On Saturday,  Back Into Motion was a proud participant in this year’s Charity Golf Classic. The event was a great success as donors raised $60,0000. Simon Noble and Jim Wimberely proudly represented the company by placing first in the Scratch game, kudos to you guys!                                                 On Saturday,  Back Into Motion was a proud participant in this year's Charity Golf Classic. The event was a great success as donors raised $60,0000. Simon Noble and Jim Wimberely proudly represented the company by placing first in the Scratch game, kudos to you guys!                                                 

It’s Physiotherapy Week!! :)

Read More +      Come help us celebrate the profession that we all love so much! September 3rd - 9th, the Barbados Physical Therapy association will be hosting a number of events  and everyone is invited to attend. Come get involved as we promote "Physical Activity for Life". Take a pic with your physiotherapist today as you pass through our clinic and tag us -  we wouldn't be physios without you.