April 20, 2017
We've heard it time and again, whether it be a political season, a commentary on modern healthcare or you're stuck behind a conspicuously slow moving vehicle…America is getting older. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that we get quite a few questions regarding safety, benefits, and application of BFR in the “seasoned” individual. In this initial posting, we would like to tackle the safety question as thoroughly as we can.
March 17, 2017
Earlier this month, Luke Hughes et al. published a new systematic review and meta-analysis on Blood Flow Restriction in clinical musculoskeletal rehabilitation. Within the current literature, there is a lack of individualized prescription of BFR training. First, the occlusive pressure used is one aspect that should be individualized in the pursuit of safe and effective application.
December 15, 2016
As payment for rehabilitation services enters into another year of premium increases, out of pocket costs, code changes, and insurance regulation, it becomes increasingly important for our time to be spent well with our clients. Substantial evidence and decision making help us demonstrate the value of our services first and foremost to our customers, and secondarily to physicians, payers, and legislators. With this