Blood Flow Restriction

Note: Blood Flow Restriction Training is considered as a private-pay wellness service and cannot be billed to insurance.

No insurance billing codes will be provided for the use of this service.

There are over 920 published articles with evidence on the effectiveness of Blood Flow Restriction Training.

What is Blood Flow Restriction?

Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) is the use of a blood pressure cuff/tourniquet to safely restrict venous and arterial blood flow from the working muscles at rest or during activity. This is done (accomplished) primarily with low-intensity and low-load resistance training, causing metabolic stress and cellular swelling that replicate the response during high-intensity and high-workload HIIT or other exercise.

What are the benefits of Blood Flow Restriction?
 

  • Drastically improve your patients’ post-surgical recovery time

  • Prevent or treat muscle atrophy or loss in both acute and chronic injuries/patients

  • Use as accessory work to decrease joint and tendon stress

  • Drives cellular repair and rejuvenation to improve scar and bone healing time

  • Improve VO2 Max or improve cardiovascular function at lower intensities

  • HGH production driving IGF - improved muscle, bones, and tissue growth

Ideal Candidates for BFRT:
 

  • Active Recovery

  • Bed-Ridden

  • Post-Operative

    • (ACL, Achilles, Fx, TKR/THR)

  • Casted Patients

  • Elderly Population

  • Athletes

Reminder:
Blood Flow Restriction Therapy cannot be billed to insurance.

Blood Flow Restriction Training is a private-pay wellness service and is not covered by insurance.

No medical billing codes can be provided for the use of this service at this time.