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Accelerate Performance & Recovery 2 Day (14 Hours) Oct 19 & 20, 2019

This BFR Specialist Workshop is designed to help Clinicians and Fitness/Performance coaches grow your practice by giving you the most enjoyable, unbiased evidence-based blood flood restriction workshops possible.

 

 

 

Benefit for Days 1 & 2 Full Participation
BFR Specialist Certification*
*For Rehab Professionals Only

 

Clarification Guidelines:

  • For New, Non-certified Clinicians The Day 1 workshop is a prerequisite for Day 2.
  • For Pre-Certified clinicians (ORS & ST) Day 1 can be taken by itself and/or with Day 2 for an additional discount
  • For Fitness Professionals* & Clinicians who work with athletes, Day 1 will provide you a concepts driven approach of BFR and programming.

* Fitness Professionals can only enroll in Day 1 and are not eligible for BFR Specialist Certification

 

Day 1: Accelerate Performance

  • Discuss evidence-based exercise science concepts for building muscle mass and muscle strength
  • Critically analyze the role of fatigue and its influence in muscle force production and hypertrophy
  • Evaluate the benefits of BFR training and its primary mechanisms
  • Identify proper inclusion/exclusion criteria for BFR training
  • Demonstrate proper equipment handling and cuff placement
  • Assess and determine limb occlusion pressure for safety and effectiveness in BFR training
  • Determine heart rate reserve and be able to program BFR cardiovascular exercise
  • Determine appropriate resistance training exercise prescriptions for BFR resistance training
  • Discuss the role of nutrition in BFR exercise with respect to the active population
  • Demonstrate ability to program a multi-modal approach to BFR training to improve performance in the healthy individual

 

Day 2: Accelerate Recovery/Rehab

  • Discuss importance of muscle protein synthesis within the injured, post operative, elderly and neurological populations
  • Evaluate the benefits of BFR training and its secondary mechanism as it relates to tissue healing and return to activity
  • Discuss BFR in clinical practice within injured, post operative, elderly and neurological populations
  • Discuss case studies and design/demonstrate a BFR treatment plan of care
  • Discuss marketing and business strategies and solutions to successfully integrate BFR into practice
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Physical Therapist/PTA This workshop is for 8 to 14.0 credit hours depending on workshop location*.

Pending approval by the following APTA Chapters: CA (14hrs – Accelerate Performance & Recovery/Rehab), IL (8hrs – Accelerate Recovery/Rehab), MD (14hrs – Accelerate Performance & Recovery/Rehab), NY (8hrs – Accelerate Recovery/Rehab)

The following states accept courses approved by other APTA Chapters: AL, AK, AR, AZ, DC, DE, GA, HI, ID, IN, KS, KY, MI, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NM, OR, PA, RI, SC, TN, UT, VA, VT, WI, WY

    • *CO: This course qualifies for up to 14.0 PDAs, Category 1. This course abides by regulatory guidelines for continuing education in Colorado for PTs and PTAs.
    • *CT: This course abides by regulatory guidelines for continuing education for PTs and PTAs in Connecticut and qualifies for 14.0 CE hours.
    • *IA: The Bureau of Professional Licensure does not pre-approve continuing education providers, sponsors or individual programs. It is the licensees’ responsibility to determine if the continuing education programs they attend meet the requirements of their professional licensure board. This course qualifies up to 14.0 CE hours.
    • *MA: This course abides by regulatory guidelines for continuing education for PTs and PTAs in Massachusetts and qualifies up to 14.0 CE hours.
    • *ME: This course abides by regulatory guidelines for continuing education for PTs and PTAs in Maine and qualifies up to 14.0 CE hours.
    • *NE: This course abides by regulatory guidelines for continuing education for PTs and PTAs in Nebraska and qualifies up to 14.0 CE hours.
    • *NH: This course abides by regulatory guidelines for continuing education for PTs and PTAs in New Hampshire (RSA 328-A) and qualifies up to 14.0 CE hours.
    • *WA: This course abides by regulatory guidelines for continuing education for PTs and PTAs in Washington and qualifies up to 14.0 CE hours.

 

Athletic Training

This workshop is pending approval for up to 14.0 CE hours (Accelerate Performance & Recovery/Rehab).

 

Fitness/Performance Trainers

National Academy of Sports Medicine

Pending 8 hours of CE credit (Accelerate Performance Workshop)

American College of Sports Medicine 

Pending 8 hours of CE credit (Accelerate Performance Workshop)

National Strength and Conditioning Association 

Pending 8 hours of CE credit (Accelerate Performance Workshop)