Category: Blood Flow Restriction therapy

What is Sports Medicine?

Boyd W. Haynes III, MD As a fellowship-trained Sports Medicine physician, I see patients who have injuries related to playing sports or who have special musculoskeletal issues that may present obstacles to their participating in the sport of their choice.  I also work with athletes, both amateur and professional, to help them prevent sports-related injuries. … Read more »

What are the Benefits of Blood Flow Restriction Therapy?

  Paige Tretter, PT, DPT Blood Flow Restriction Therapy (BFRT) is used by Physical Therapists and other health professionals to assist patients in increasing muscle mass, endurance and strength even with painful arthritic joints and injured soft tissues.  This treatment can also be utilized as part of a rehabilitation program following certain surgical procedures.  Patients… Read more »

What is Blood Flow Restriction Therapy (BFRT)?

  by Jamie Swale, PT, DPT As an OSC Physical Therapist, I regularly see patients who have musculoskeletal injuries or who suffer from a condition such as arthritis, which causes them pain, decreased range of motion and loss of functional activity.  Working together with OSC specialists, my job is to help patients decrease their pain,… Read more »