Blood Flow Restrictions Training online is here! My Performance Rehab is proud to announce we have CEU approval through both the NSCA and APTA:
The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) approved 0.3 CEU(s) in Category D for certified individuals who successfully complete this course.
The Indiana American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) approved 2.5 CEUs in Category I for licensed individuals who successfully complete this course.
What you will learn:
Learn the history and current literature of BFR training
Understand the mechanisms of how BFR training works
Appreciate the elements that make BFR training safe
Discuss the efficacy of BFR training & the populations for whom it is effective
Understand practical application and “best practices” to utilize with patients/clients
Learn how to utilize fatigue, restrictive pressures and exercise programming for effective BFR use
BONUS Materials also included:
Medical Screening Form
Informed Consent & Liability agreement
Client Summary Handout
RPE & Exertion Scale
Future discount opportunities!
Understand the foundation of BFR, it's safety, who it works for, as well as practical applications...AND a chance to give back with every purchase!
“For it is in giving that we receive.” ―St. Francis of Assisi
APTA CEUs are accepted by most state physical therapy licensure boards, as allowed by the type of course requirements in state regulations. Please check with your local chapter or state board to ensure that they accept our online courses for licensure renewal. Continuing education requirements are regulated by the state boards of physical therapy. Each state licensing board has its own policies and procedures related to continuing education of its licensees.
Indiana has reciprocal CEU approval with: Alabama; Alaska; Arizona; Florida; Iowa; Kentucky; Michigan; Minnesota; Montana; Pennsylvania; Virginia; Washington; Wisconsin and several other states - as always, please check with your state chapter for any questions regarding CEU approval from another state chapter of the APTA