Blood flow restriction (BFR) training is hands down one of the best ways to promote muscle hypertrophy and tissue healing, ultimately accelerating recovery in rehab!
And when it comes to research-based therapeutic techniques, BFR has the strongest science to support its use in the clinic.
When the BFR cuff is used to reduce blood flow, your patient gets both mechanical and metabolic stimulation at the same time – more bang for your buck! Join us as we take a quick dive into common LE injuries and how to use BFR to accelerate recovery in:
Achilles tendon injuries
We’ll even show you our favorite exercises to do with BFR! This emerging treatment is so effective that bodyweight alone is often enough to stimulate adaptations and promote healing, making this a great tool that can be used with many of the patients you treat!
Less pain and accelerated recovery.
Check out the demonstration below, then click here to learn more about incorporating blood flow restriction into your practice.
- The [P]Rehab Guys
Become Certified in BFR Today!
Blood Flow Restriction Training is taking the physical therapy world by storm — changing the game for rehab, fitness and training professionals. If you’re looking for new and innovative ways to work with your patients, then you must add BFR to your practice today and join an elite group of peers who are already applying this therapy.
This exclusive online certification course gives you exactly what you need to start using BFR immediately! And when you get certified in Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFR), you’ll not only showcase your expertise in this area — you’ll start changing patients’ lives as they get real results fast.
Dr. Craig Lindell, is a physical therapist and co-owner of The Prehab Guys. He practices in Los Angeles treating primarily orthopedics and sports. He has experience working with collegiate, semi-pro, and pro athletes across a wide variety of sports. Craig's primary focus and passion is helping soccer athletes.
Craig was born and raised in Blackwood, New Jersey where he grew up with a passion for sports. He went to the Pennsylvania State University to earn his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. He then went to the University of Southern California to earn his Doctorate of Physical Therapy.
With his spare time, Craig enjoys golfing, hiking, traveling, and expanding his knowledge in the field of sports and orthopedics. With The Prehab Guys, his ultimate goal is to change physical therapy from a reactive to a proactive approach around the world!
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