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Why is it crucial to use personalized pressure?

Blood Flow restriction is continuing to gain popularity among medical practitioners looking to provide the best outcomes for their patients. There is a significant amount of inconsistency in the BFR literature as far as parameters of application and devices being used. These inconsistencies in application have spilled over into the application of BFR in a clinical setting. In a recent article published in the Journal of Medical and Biological Engineering, James McEwen, Johnny Owens, and Jeswin Jeyasurya addressed the primary reasons to use personalized pressure and a device that can maintain consistent pressures for BFR in a clinical or rehabilitation setting.


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Latest Podcast: Johnny Owens sits down with John LaRue of Talus Media

Missed the APTA’s Sports Section Team Concept Conference? No problem! Talus Media is bringing the conference to you, as host John LaRue sits down with ORS founder Johnny Owens to discuss how Blood Flow Restriction Training might be the next big thing. 


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Take a Listen: Johnny Owens on Heads N’ Tales Podcast

Johnny Owens speaks with Heads N' Tales Podcast about the ins-and-outs of BFR, how it got started, and who ought to be using it. Kevin Saum, the show's host, is so intrigued by the BFR research that he decides to try it out for himself. 


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