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Apr 06, 2019 | CEU 8.50 | USD $650 | The Woodlands, Texas
Blood Flow Restriction Rehabilitation (BFR) by Texas Children's Hospital is organized by Texas Children's Hospital and will be held on Apr 06 - 2019 at Texas Children's Hospital The Woodlands Inpatient and Emergency, The Woodlands, Texas, United States of America. Credit: 8.5 CEUs for Physical Therapists and 8.5 EBP CEUs for Athletic Trainers. Course Objectives: • History of Blood Flow Restriction Training • How and Why I Implemented Blood Flow Restriction Training in the military • A Paradigm Shift in Rehabilitation • Current and Future Clinical Trials Evidence for Strength and Hypertrophy with BFR • ACSM Guidelines • Low Intensity vs. Low Intensity with BFR • High Intensity vs. Low Intensity with BFR Mechanisms • Mechanical Tension • Metabolic Accumulation • Cell Swelling Metabolite Theory: Lactate Production • Utilization of BFR to Induce the Cori Cycle • The Accumulation of Lactate During BFR and Exercise. Metabolite Theory: Increased Muscle Activation: • Inducing a Hypoxic State to Increase Motor Unit Recruitment • Increased Lactate Production and its Role in Increased iEMG Metabolite Theory: Growth Hormone (GH) Production: • Inducing a Systemic Response Through Metabolite Accumulation • Evidence and Science to Support Increased GH Production • Growth Hormones Role in Recovery and Repair Metabolite Theory: Insulin Like Growth Factor (IGF1): • Inducing IGF1 With Metabolite Accumulations • The Role of IGF1 in Muscle Hypertrophy • Proliferation and Differentiation of Satellite Cells with BFR • Making Lasting Changes in Muscle Through These Pathways. Metabolite Theory: Down Regulation of Myostatin: • Utilizing BFR to Block the Bodies Negative Hypertrophy Switch • Clinical Studies to Support Down Regulation of Myostatin • Potential Uses of BFR to Reduce Fibrotic Changes After Injury Metabolite Theory: Muscle Protein Synthesis: • Using BFR to Activate MTORC1 • Evidence for Increased Muscle Protein Synthesis After BFR • Manipulating Exercise Through BFR to Increase Protein Synthesis • Proper Nutrition to Activate Protein Synthesis • Proper Nutrition to Maximize Protein Synthesis Cell Swelling • Evidence Behind Cell Swelling to Improve Protein Synthesis • Using BFR in the Early Phases of Rehab to Mitigate Atrophy • Using BFR in the Sub-Acute Phases of Rehab to Mitigate Atrophy The Middle Ground: Cycling, Walking and Endurance with BFR: • Changes in VO2 max with BFR • Improved Endurance with BFR Cycling and Walking • The Role of Increased Mitochondrial Density with BFR • BFR and Aerobic Work in the Rehab Continuum for Improved Oxidative Capacity, Hypertrophy and Strength BFR and Bone: • The Role of GH in Bone • The Role of Interstitial Fluid Flow in Bone • The Role of VEGF on Bone • Evidence for Improved Bone Healing with BFR Proximal Effects: • Evidence for Increased Strength and Hypertrophy on the Trunk Musculature: • How to Manipulate BFR Training for a Proximal Effect Safety: Muscle Damage and BFR: • Comparison of BFR vs. HIT • What Does the Evidence Show Concerning Muscle Damage After BFR • Understanding Direct and Indirect Markers of Muscle Damage • Staying on the Positive Side of Net Protein Balance Safety: Cardiac and Vascular Effects of BFR: • The Central Cardiac Effects of BFR • Peripheral Cardiac Effects of BFR • Thrombus Potential and Vascular Effects Rehabilitation Studies • BFR and Rehabilitation Studies • Translation of BFR Evidence to the Clinic • Ongoing BFR Trials and Future Applications Rehabilitation Prescription and BFR: Best Evidence • Frequency • Duration (Early Hypertrophy) • Manipulating the Rest Periods • Limb Occlusion Pressure (LOP) • Using LOP to Account for Cuff Application, Limb Size and Shape Systolic Blood Pressure • Training Intensity • Determining 1 Rep Maximum • Exercise Volume • Missing the Target • Exercise Selection • Rehabilitation Protocols Tourniquet Safety and Use • Tourniquets Roles as Medical Devices • Using 3rd Generation Systems to Improve Safety • Avoiding Potential Nerve Injury Through Proper Cuff Selection • Decreasing Pressure Gradients Through Contoured Cuffs • BFR Risks and Contraindications Delfi Personalized Tourniquet System for Blood Flow Restriction • Use and Understanding of the PTS for BFR • Use and Application of Easy-Fit Variable Contour Cuff • Determining LOP • Proper Occlusive Pressure for Upper and Lower Extremities • Use of the Delfi PTS for BFR During Exercise Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.