June 11, 2015
Clowney, the Texans’ No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 draft, has been on the mend since having microfracture surgery on his injured right knee late last year. The surgery followed a bumpy rookie season that included only four games, two starts and seven tackles, but Lowe told Forbes.com recently that Clowney “looks spectacular.”
Watch the video to see how Owens Recovery Science and Blood Flow Restriction has helped him recover.
February 20, 2015
In November, researchers at Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) shared how their use of blood flow restriction (BFR), or "tourniquet," training is helping wounded warriors return to health.
November 11, 2014
Researchers at Brooke Army Medical Center are using a "tourniquet training" to help wounded warriors return to full health -- and they think it could change the way athletes recover from orthopedic injuries, as well.
Formally known as blood flow restriction (BRF) training, the technique could be a revolutionary shift in rehabilitation. A pneumatic surgical tourniquet -- similar to a blood pressure cuff -- is applied to the injured limb to partially restrict blood flow while the patient engages in strength training. Unlike traditional strength training methods that require high loads to make appreciable gains, this form of training is performed at very low resistance.