What is BFR?

Blood flow restriction (BFR) training is a training and rehabilitation strategy involving the use of a cuff or bands placed around a limb during exercise, to maintain arterial inflow to the muscle while preventing venous return (venous occlusion).

Why BFR?

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Due to the world pandemic there has been a surge in buying workout equipment in order to resume our gym workouts and achieve our own individual goals. Resistance bands can offer us a lot of benefits such as giving us the proper amount of resistance in our workouts. Whi...

How to put on a face mask
1. Clean your hands with soap and water or hand sanitizer before touching the mask.
2. Remove a mask from the box and make sure there are no obvious tears or holes in either side of the mask.
3. Determine which side of the mask is the top. The...

With gyms and parks closed at the moment, we have had to complete our need to exercise within our homes. Your home may not have a bench press, squat rack, dumbbells, cable machines, preferred nautilus machine and even gym classes. Luckily there are a variety of exercis...

How do respiratory diseases like Coronavirus spread?

Many of the germs that cause respiratory diseases, like COVID-19 (Coronavirus), are spread by droplets that come from coughing and sneezing. These droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or p...


“Coach, I just rolled my ankle!” 

“Ah...Throw some ice on it, get it taped up, and get back out on the field!”

Unfortunately, this scenario is very true and happens too often!  I have to admit, I am one of those athletes that would regularly sprain an ankle, and play th...

Running is a common form of exercise, it is a sport on its own and present in other sports. Soreness throughout your legs can be common when running, but when that ache becomes sharp pain, it can be a cause for concern. This sharp pain can occur in new runners who may...

January 30, 2020

While we live our every life, we encounter a little thing call stress. Stress can be brought on by your environment at work, home, doctor offices, physical therapy (yes, even at physical therapy stress can happen), even driving on the road in traffic, everybody encount...

Many times, jaw pain is cause by dysfunction in the temporomandibular joint or TMJ.  TMJ is a joint that connects your jaw to your skull in front of your ear.  The TMJ allows you to open and close your month to allow you to talk, yawn and chew.  Temporomandibular joint...

According to the Americal Physical Therapy Association (APTA) , "the role of the physical therapist to screen for and provide information on diet and nutritional issues to patients, clients, and the community within the scope of physical therapist practice." (House of...

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