During this online training, we will show you how to add BFR into your own practice - Taking you from basic understanding to authority. What is BFR? How does it work? Is it safe? Best Practices and applications - a complete guide to BFR!
Understand the elements that make BFR safe, how to utilize BFR in a safe manner, the considerations of special populations, along with contraindications and precautions of use.
At the conclusion of this training module, you will appreciate the elements that make BFR training safe, including understanding the elements of safety in regards to: Age, gender, underlying conditions, DVT, BP, Vasculature, Muscles, Limb Occlusion Pressure (LOP), and various devices/products
During this training module, you will learn how BFR is effective (and what effectiveness actually means) in both local and systemic responses throughout numerous populations and demographics.
We will discuss the efficacy of BFR training & the populations for whom it is effective, specifically addressing it's effectiveness with elements of: Strength, Hypertrophy (Cross Sectional Area - CSA), Mitigating Atrophy, Bone health, Tendon health, Performance, as well as Utilization in various clinical and rehab populations.
For taking this course, we are giving you Downloadable PDFs to help enhance your BFR practice and application. Giving you the documents and resources you need to succeed!
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.
This course had a lot of really good information. Looking forward to using it in the clinic.