Maggie Duggan, PT, DPT, FDN-1, CF-OL1
We know that using BFR promotes muscle hypertrophy and strength as well as neuromuscular gains. Increasingly studies are now demonstrating improved bone health with BFR use. Who doesn't want improved muscle, nervous system, and bone health?
"First evidence indicates that low load BFR exercise is effective in promoting an osteogenic response in bone, although this has previously been postulated to adapt primarily during high-impact weight-bearing exercise....first long-term trials demonstrate beneficial adaptations in bone in both healthy and clinical populations."
We are proud to offer BFR to our healthy wellness populations to provide an edge in their strengthening, performance, and osteogenesis (bone growth) as well as our physical therapy patients who need it for strength, neuromuscular, and bone returns after injury or surgery.
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