Blood Flow Restriction Training is taking the physical therapy world by storm — changing the game for rehab, fitness and training professionals.
In the past, patients were physically limited when recovering from injuries, and they would experience a significant amount of muscle loss.
Now, thanks to Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFR) and SmartCuffs®, your patients can actually increase their strength and muscle size early in the rehabilitation process without re-injuring themselves AND without stressing their joints and tendons.
Here’s how it works: BFR briefly and intermittently occludes arterial and venous blood flow through the use of a tourniquet (like SmartCuffs®) — while a patient is at rest or while exercising. And you’ll know that it’s working because your patients will feel a ton of fatigue using light weights — or no weights at all.
Blood Flow Restriction Training has been used with a wide variety of patients — from those who are bedridden to the most active performance athletes. But that’s not all… BFR is well-established in the field — with peer-reviewed articles in the scientific literature.
So, 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.
…and get certified today.
Blood Flow Restriction Training with SmartCuffs® is the latest, evidence-based rehab/exercise program that sets you apart from other clinicians still relying on outdated methods — help your clients build strength while increasing your opportunities for career advancement and patient referrals.
In this exclusive online certification course, you’ll discover how to:
- Rehabilitate with less stress on joints and tendons
- Improve strength, hypertrophy, and endurance to see results early and often
- Get the most out of this practice — without causing any harm
- ...and so much more!
And here’s what else you’ll get in this information-packed course:
- An Introduction to Blood Flow Restriction Training
- The Big Picture: Muscle Physiology & Injury Rehabilitation
- The Deep Dive: Local & Systemic Change with BFR
- Safety First: How to Apply BFR
- How to Use BFR Cuffs
- BFR Programming, Goals & Labs
- BFR in the Elderly Population & Labs
- Clinical Examples & Practical Applications
you’ll also receive THREE FREE BONUS items:
The benefits of SmartCuffs® are unparalleled.
Listed as FDA Class 1 devices, SmartCuffs® are engineered and designed of the highest quality. This means that SmartCuffs® are completely safe; they cannot be overinflated; and if they are, air releases from the cuff and the device will shut off.
Affordable — and effective. When you purchase this course, we’ll also send you a DEAL on the SmartCuffs system – with no additional shipping costs!
Craig Lindell, PT, DPT, CSCS, attended college at Pennsylvania State University to pursue his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology with a focus in Movement Science. Craig received his Doctor of Physical Therapy at the University of Southern California. 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.Click here for information about Craig W Lindell
Michael Lau, PT, DPT, CSCS, attended the University of California, Los Angeles as an undergraduate majoring in physiology. After his undergraduate studies, he received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California. He has a vast professional background with extensive experience and specialized training in the fields of blood flow restriction training, movement science, pain science, biomechanics, injury and surgery rehabilitation, and athletic performance.Click here for information about Michael Lau
This course is designed for Physical Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants, Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapist Assistants, Chiropractors, Athletic Trainers, Exercise Physiologists, Strength and Conditioning Coaches, and Personal Trainers.