Owens Recovery Science Podcast: BFR and the Biomechanics of a Step-up Task

In this episode the guys discuss a recent paper evaluating the biomechanical changes that occur when combining BFR with a step up task in healthy subjects and subjects who have had ACLR. Check out the full podcast here.

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Primary paper:

Telfer, S., Calhoun, J., Bigham, J., Mand, S., Gellert, J., Hagen, M., Kweon, C., & Gee, A. (2020). Biomechanical Effects of Blood Flow Restriction Training after ACL Reconstruction. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. doi.org/10.1249/MSS.0000000000002437

Sigward and Chan papers:

Chan, M.-S., & Sigward, S. M. (2019). Loading Behaviors Do Not Match Loading Abilities Postanterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 51(8), 1626–1634.

Chan, M.-S., & Sigward, S. M. (2020). Center of pressure predicts Intra-limb compensatory patterns that shift demands away from knee extensors during squatting. Journal of Biomechanics, 110008.

CRMM paper:

Owens, J. G., Rauzi, M. R., Kittelson, A., Graber, J., Bade, M. J., Johnson, J., & Nabhan, D. (2020). How New Technology Is Improving Physical Therapy. Current Reviews in Musculoskeletal Medicine. doi.org/10.1007/s12178-020-09610-6

PT Inquest episode with Susan Sigward:

ptpodcast.com/pt-inquest-episode…tegies-after-aclr/

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