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Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) is the new game-changer in rehab and it can be programmed for all types of patients, from young post-op patients to geriatric patients, bedridden patients, or athletes trying to return to play. This video seminar with Michael Lau differentiates among the various forms of BFR, such as IPC, cellular swelling, aerobic BFR, isolated BFR, and compound BFR. Lau presents case examples of how to match the type of BRF to the type of patient and how to set programming based on goals and manipulation of the BFR variables.
Length: 117 minutes
Copyright date: ©2020
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