What does the APTA say about Blood Flow Restriction?
We are commonly asked whether Blood Flow Restriction is part of a physical therapist's practice act or whether a BFR Certification is required? According to the American Physical Therapy Association...Read more
Using BFR Equation for Limb Occlusion Pressure
If implementing BFR without access to a vascular doppler, this specialized equation may be used as an alternative. It is important to note that this equation is specific for Wide...Read more
Blood Flow Restriction: Wide Cuffs or Narrow Cuffs
Wide or Narrow BFR Cuffs? Which is Best?Read more
Blood Flow Restriction for Runners
Blood Flow Restriction Training has gained mainstream attraction in the United States for injury rehabilitation, sports performance, and in the weight-lifting community. The next step is demonstrating to endurance athletes...Read more
Blood Flow Restriction Training to Prevent Cognitive Decline?
This study examined whether blood flow restriction training could possibly be utilized as an effective intervention technique for elderly adults suffering from cognitive decline. Here are some quick takeaways from...Read more
Blood Flow Restriction Training and Parkinson's Disease
This research article is the first one to study functional outcomes with Blood Flow Restriction Training and Parkinson's Disease. The outcomes for this study were positive, showing beneficial effects of...Read more
Blood Flow Restriction Therapy for Neurological Disorders (Multiple Sclerosis)
Linked is a current research study (clinical trial) underway investigating the outcomes of blood flow restriction training using interval-based walking training to study the effects on muscle size, strength, and...Read more