Personalized Blood Flow Restriction
Personalized blood flow restriction is a method of rehabilitation that increases the effect of low-impact exercises for individuals who may not be able to tolerate more intense forms of strengthening exercises. It works by using a cuff to apply pressure that restricts blood flow in a designated area of muscle. This restriction can lessen the number of exercise repetitions necessary, stimulate faster healing within the muscle, and assist the patient in achieving their rehab goals more quickly. The amount of pressure applied is determined by the patient’s individual circumstances, making this a personalized and customizable approach to rehab.
What Happens During Personalized Blood Flow Restriction?
During personalized blood flow restriction, a cuff will be applied to the area of muscle that is under treatment. The physiotherapist will then use the cuff to apply a personalized amount of pressure to that area in order to trap blood there while you exercise. The cuff will then maintain a steady pressure within the treatment area. Your pressure will be carefully monitored while you complete certain low-impact exercises.
What Conditions Does Personalized Blood Flow Restriction Treat?
Personalized blood flow restriction is most effective for patients who have suffered injury or weakness in one of their limbs. Here is a look at some of the conditions that most commonly respond to this treatment approach.
As a physiotherapist specialist, Dr. Roy utilizes a combination of techniques that include traditional chiropractic
care and progressive methods like manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, shockwave therapy, and more.
In his services, Dr. Roy combines wellness and physical care to eliminate the need for painkillers and surgery.
Active Release Technique
ART combines therapeutic pressure with patient movements to deliver rapid relief of muscle pain and weakness. This technique can be customized to your individual treatment needs.Learn More
Chiropractic care uses the focused manipulation of certain areas of the body in order to realign areas of the body that are causing pain or dysfunction.Learn More
Functional Movement / SFMA
Functional movement therapy uses movement to address your condition and to maximize your functionality throughout your daily life.Learn More
OTZ Tension Adjustment
OTZ Tension Adjustment is a proven, non-surgical method of diagnosing and successfully treating Frozen Shoulder Syndrome (FSS).Learn More
Personalized Blood Flow Restriction
Personalized blood flow restriction rehabilitation training (PBFR) is a game-changing injury recovery therapy that is producing dramatically positive results.Learn More
Rocktape is an elastic therapeutic tape used for treating repetitive strain injuries and relieving pain by lifting the skin and allowing improved blood and lymph flow.Learn More
Radial Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT)utilizes high energy acoustic waves to heal plantar fasciitis, chronic heel pain, heel spurs, achilles tendinopathy, various tendons and ligaments, even bones and muscles.Learn More
Soft Tissue Mobilization
Sound Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization uses specialized instruments to effectively break down fascial restrictions and scar tissue. The ergonomic design of these instruments provides the clinician with the ability to locate restrictions through sound waves.Learn More
Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF)
Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy, known as PEMF, directs magnetic energy waves through the body to specific areas suffering from injury or illness. These waves deliver critical energy to cells that have been become depleted.Learn More