Blood Flow Restriction: Reduce Pain and Improve Your Outcomes

Blood Flow Restriction: Reduce Pain and Improve Your Outcomes

Overview The use of blood flow restriction (BFR) in rehab has become increasingly popular over the last few years. The treatment works by placing a tourniquet (typically in the form of a pressure cuff) around the proximal part of a limb to partially restrict blood...

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What Is Causing Your Hip Pain with Squatting?

What Is Causing Your Hip Pain with Squatting?

Do you ever feel pain or tightness in the front of your hip while squatting? A lot of times this starts as some extra tightness/soreness after a tough workout. Typically, the first thought from people dealing with this is that there is an issue with the hip flexors....

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What Makes Whole Strength Different?

What Makes Whole Strength Different?

Founded by a physical therapist with knowledge and experience in Strength and Conditioning, Athletics and Olympic Weightlifting. This knowledge is used to provide thorough evaluation and movement assessment performed to determine source of the pain as well as the...

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Who Should Be Strength Training?

Who Should Be Strength Training?

There is an ongoing debate about what the best type of exercise is for overall health. The answer is variable based on the individual, however strength training should be included and prioritized in the majority of peoples exercise routines. So what is strength...

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