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Owens Recovery Science, INC is a single source for PTs, OTs, ATCs, DCs, MDs and other medical professionals seeking certification in personalized blood flow restriction rehabilitation training (PBFR) and the equipment needed to apply it. We are the largest provider of BFR training and systems for professional/collegiate teams and healthcare systems.
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In this episode of the Owens Recovery Science podcast we chat with Laura Opstedal, PT of Build Physio in Bozeman, MT. Laura has extensive experience rehabbing Achilles repairs over the course of her career which provides her a first-hand perspective on the evolution of surgical techniques as well as integrating forms of measurement like force plate…
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In this episode Johnny and Kyle talk with Adam Weaver, PT and Dylan Roman, PT of Connecticut Children’s. They were part of a team that recently published a paper in The Orthopedic Journal of Sports Medicine detailing the results of a trial they conducted using BFR following ACLR in adolescents (12-18 y/o’s).The title of their paper is: Early- and L…
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We're very excited to announce that we are partnering with The POCUS PT to offer an introductory course to point of care ultrasound! This course will cover necessary basic science information regarding ultrasound and imaging of a wide range of structures from the cardiovascular system to the musculoskeletal system.…
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Well Kyle got his knickers in a bunch over an article’s title so we decided to talk about it for an hour or so. Within, Johnny, Ben, Zac, and Kyle talk about how they go about screening BFR papers to decide if they deserve a closer read. The paper that got this conversation going:* Grossl, F. S., Da-Sila-Grigoletto, M. E., Ferretti, F., Copatti, S.…
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In this episode Johnny and Kyle talk with two authors, Dr. Ellen Hillegass and Dr. Kathleen Lukaszewicz, of the recent Clinical Practice Guideline covering PT management of Venous Thromboembolism. This was such an enjoyable and educational chat! We know you will enjoy it...Link to the paper: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35567347/Link to the pock…
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This year our Guest is Ryan Keogh:Ryan Keogh, originally from Caldwell, Idaho, was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army upon his graduation from the United States Military Academy at West Point.Ryan served as a conventional Army infantry officer, leading a platoon of soldiers during a yearlong deployment to Northeast Afghanist…
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In this installment of the Owens Recovery Science podcast Johnny and Kyle interview Nicole Walter, PT. Nicole is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Neurologic Physical Therapy with 20 years experience at Parkview Hospital in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She is the neurologic residency coordinator for Parkview and is adjunct faculty at Trine Universit…
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In this episode the guys chat about the use of creatine in conjunction with BFR resistance training. As usual they breakdown our current knowledge with an emphasis on safety and then get into the meat and potatoes of what has been shown in the BFR literature. Here are the papers mentioned:Rawson, E. S., Clarkson, P. M., & Tarnopolsky, M. A. (2017).…
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In this episode Johnny and Kyle chat with Dr. Shane Scholten of Augustana University. Dr. Scholten has been investigating the effects of IPC on performance and has noted some particularly interesting things in terms of mechanisms, pressure needed, and overall effects. Learn more about Dr. Scholten here: https://www.augie.edu/directory/shane-scholte…
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It’s our final podcast for the year, so we thought we’d do a bit of Q&A as well as just cover a number of recent happenings in the BFR and rehab spaces that we’ve participated in or supported. Thanks so much for listening and don’t hesitate to send us questions or topics you’d like to hear us cover.Some of the papers referenced in our answers:Chris…
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This is one of our longer podcasts, but we cover a ton of ground here when it comes to space travel and the muscle, bone, and nervous system responses. Ultimately we’re curious how BFR might provide some solutions both for terrestrial life as well as for space travel and Dr. Luke Hughes helps us understand how BFR might fit into the picture. We hop…
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In this newest episode Johnny and Kyle talk with Dr. Alex Franz from the Department of Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery at the University Hospital of Bonn. We discuss Dr. Franz's extensive research in blood flow restriction exercise and how he's using that path to solve big problems in medicine! This conversation is pretty epic! You're sure to enjoy.…
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In this episode Johnny and the fellas discuss 4 papers where BFR did not work! What?!? How can that be???Well...gotta listen to find out!We begin by discussing briefly how hard research in medicine is...Here's a reference:Howick, J., Koletsi, D., Ioannidis, J. P. A., Madigan, C., Pandis, N., Loef, M., Walach, H., Sauer, S., Kleijnen, J., Seehra, J.…
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This episode of the ORS podcast is worth a listen just for Johnny's imitation of the Australian accent. Spoiler...it's terrible!! But if that doesn't tickle your fancy then stick around because Johnny and Kyle talk with Adrian Sexton about his work as an exercise physiologist in concussion rehab. They cover some basics as it relates to concussion a…
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The first of two Memorial Day podcasts this year. Begin this podcast at 1:33PM local to observe The National Moment of Remembrance at 3PM local.In this podcast Major General Daniel Walrath (ret) discusses his service, his injury, and his recovery with Johnny. He concludes by memorializing the 4 people killed in the attack on his group in Afghanista…
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In our second installment of our special Memorial Day releases we have our instructor Zac Dunkle talking with fellow Marine, Gunnery Sergeant Tom Schmidt. They discuss:Tom's time in the serviceIts impact on his lifeThe Rush of War - why some guys keep going backTask Force 8211 Fox CompanyIn Memoriam:Team Chief Master Sergeant Eden Pearl Nick Roush …
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In this episode the guys discuss two recent papers that build off of previous podcasts. The first article discussed is the use of BFR in Adolescents after ACLR. We previously chatted with the authors of this paper on our episode from June 23, 2020 titled "BFR in Kids!?!"The second paper discussed is a recent survey that was published looking into t…
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It's 2022 y'all and we're excited for a new year of podcasts and knowledge! In this episode we talk with Dr. Edward Chang of INOVA Medical Group about his study utilizing BFR early in the rehab continuum following ACL reconstruction surgery. You can read more about Dr. Chang and his study at the links below: https://www.inova.org/doctors/edward-s-c…
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In this episode of the Owens Recovery Science Podcast, Johnny and Kyle chat with the folks at Springbok Analytics about their new and truly amazing technology!* What does Johnny always say?* What does Johnny’s Dad always say?* What does Kyle’s Dad always say?* Intro Joe Hart, Phd, AT and Scott Magargee, CEO of Springbok Analytics* What is Springbok…
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In this episode Luke Hughes, PhD aka the Drake of BFR returns to discuss his recent paper titled "Aerobic exercise with blood flow restriction causes local and systemic hypoalgesia and increases circulating opioid and endocannabinoid levels". This study followed similar methods to his previous work in terms of outcome measures and its general desig…
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In this episode Johnny and Kyle chat with Dr. Lee Winchester about his BFR research. We discuss his recent paper in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research and we talk somewhat in-depth about muscle damage.Lee Winchester, PhD is an assistant professor of exercise science at the University of Alabama. His research interests include 1) the …
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In this episode, Johnny and Kyle chat with Dr. Jeremy Loenneke of the University of Mississippi about his BFR research. We cover a number of topics here. You’re sure to enjoy this one!!Topics covered: * Dr. Loenneke’s beginnings in BFR research * The move of BFR into the clinical world and the many things that must be considered when doing so. And …
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Tell their story - In episode 3 of our Memorial Day triple cast Johnny interviews Ryan Hendrickson author of "Tip of the Spear" (buy it here https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07W1KC344), and Dr. Joe Hsu of Atrium Health. They talk about their experiences managing and recovering from limb salvage procedures. More about Ryan: https://ryanmhendrickson.com/Mo…
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Tell their story episode 2 - In this installment Kyle reads a message from his friend and Marine Will Cuellar about Memorial Day and 3 men he would like to honor. Then Johnny and Kyle talk w/ Retired Lt. Col. Dr. Kevin Kirk of The San Antonio Orthopedic Group. For more about Dr. Kirk: https://www.tsaog.com/our-physicians/physician/kevin-kirk/…
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Tell their story - This is our inaugural Memorial Day podcast where we will attempt to honor the fallen. In this first episode, Kyle offers a brief history of Memorial Day and some of the traditions associated with it. At minute 16 we observe a one-minute moment of silence in honor of the National Moment of Remembrance. Then Zac and Kyle talk about…
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In this episode Johnny and Kyle chat with Dr. Jamie Burr, Director of the Human Performance & Health Research Laboratory at the University of Guelph. During this podcast we discuss Dr. Burr and his lab’s work centering on ischemic preconditioning, and blood flow restriction exercise and how it can be used to address the exercise needs of the elite …
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In this episode Johnny and Kyle chat with Todd Schroeder, PhD, MS, CSCS, FACSM of the University of Southern California. The fellas discuss how Todd go interested in BFR and how he has and continues to explore its effects on muscle! Dr. Schroeder holds a full-time faculty position in the USC Divisionof Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. He is the…
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In this episode we chat with Associate Professor in the Division of Physical Therapy and the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at University of Kentucky Brian Noehren, PT, PhD, FACSM and Associate Professor Chris Fry, PhD of University of Kentucky in the Department of Athletic Training and Clinical Nutrition. Brian and Chris have a registered (ref. …
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In this episode the fellas discuss a recent paper in the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. The paper did a really nice job of refining the work of other authors to remove some bias and give a nice picture of what has been shown thus far as it pertains to the comparison of BFR w/ light weigh to traditional strength training via h…
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In this episode of the Owens Recovery Science podcast Johnny and Kyle chat with Mark Mañago, PT, DPT, PhD, NCS. Mark is an Assistant Professor in the Physical Therapy program at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Dr. Mañago is a dedicated researcher, focused on advancing clinical research in the field of rehabilitation in people wi…
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In this episode the guys discuss a recent paper evaluating the biomechanical changes that occur when combining BFR with a step up task in healthy subjects and subjects who have had ACLR.Primary paper:Telfer, S., Calhoun, J., Bigham, J., Mand, S., Gellert, J., Hagen, M., Kweon, C., & Gee, A. (2020). Biomechanical Effects of Blood Flow Restriction Tr…
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On this episode of the Owens Recovery Science Podcast Johnny and Kyle chat with Angie West, ATC, John Faltus, PT, ATC and Chad Frazier, ATC. These 3 have worked in some of the coolest areas of musculoskeletal rehabilitation!! They work with circus performers!! Want to learn even more about performance medicine? Check out their podcast!! PMED Podcas…
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In this episode of the ORS podcast Johnny and the fellas discuss a recent paper that has given additional support to the ability of repeated inflations of a cuff limiting muscle atrophy from disuse. Here’s the paper:Kakehi, S., Tamura, Y., Kubota, A., Takeno, K., Kawaguchi, M., Sakuraba, K., Kawamori, R., & Watada, H. (2020). Effects of blood flow …
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In this episode of the Owens Recovery Science podcast we chat with Luke Hughes, PhD about his work thus far in the field on the topics of ACLR rehab with BFR and how BFR influences exercise induced hypoalgesia.You can find Luke on Twitter at @Luke_H04Shout out to Brian Goonan, PT aka the Hops and Squats PT for the intro to our podcast today. You ca…
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In this podcast Johnny and the guys chat using BFR on horses with Sherry Johnson, DVM. Dr. Johnson is a specialist in Equine Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation (DACVSMR) and a PhD candidate at Colorado State University where her research is focused on novel rehabilitation modalities related to tendon healing. She is a partner and managing veterinaria…
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That’s right people!! Next to, “How the heck does this work above the cuff?” this is easily the most frequently asked question at our courses, “Is it safe in children?” In this episode we’ve got Adam Weaver, PT and Nick Giampetruzzi, PT from Connecticut Children’s, and Jeannie Graf, PT with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta on to discuss the researc…
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In this installment of the ORS podcast Kyle Kimbrell, PT interviews Johnny Owens, PT and Larry Cahalin, PT, PhD about their contributions to the PACER Project. Below you can find links to each of their talks as well as the project on the whole. We hope you enjoy this episode and we hope to see you at one of our courses very soon! Johnny Owens, PT -…
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In this episode Johnny and Kyle chat with Physical Therapist Matt Tuttle. Matt is the PT and Lead Sports Scientist for the Denver Nuggets. Matt and the guys cover typical day in the life as a clinician in the NBA, how the Denver Nuggets are utilizing BFR in the care of their athletes, and Kyle's unhealthy obsession with smoked brisket! Tune in and …
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In this episode Johnny and the guys tackle the somewhat confusing topic of cell swelling and what role, if any, it plays in the adaptation from BFR exercise application. They discuss why the cell might swell, what the literature has shown thus far, what are the short comings of the existing literature, and how one might incorporate this principle i…
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In this installment of the Owens Recovery Science podcast Johnny and Kyle sit down to talk shop with Senior Director of Sports Medicine and Performance Reggie Scott, ATC, and Physical Therapist / Assistant Athletic Trainer Jon Hernandez, PT, ATC of the Los Angeles Rams. They cover a lot of ground in this one. You'll learn all about how they're hand…
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Project 11!! In this episode Johnny and Kyle talk with ESPN Senior Writer and Injury Analyst Stephania Bell, PT, OCS about her documentary on Alex Smith’s recovery from a compound fracture of his right lower leg. Both Stephania and Johnny played key roles in Alex’s recovery as well as the piece. Johnny’s expertise in limb salvage, as well as his DO…
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In this episode Johnny and Kyle interview Heather Milligan.Heather is founder and owner of Elite OrthoSport Physical Therapy located in Los Angeles, CA. She is a graduate of Texas Woman's University's PT program in Dallas TX and has also received her Masters in Business Administration from University of Nevada Las Vegas. She is a board certified sp…
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In this episode Johnny and Kyle talk with the founder of the Chanda Plan Foundation and the Chanda Center for Health Chanda Hinton and her physical therapist Sara Schaffer. During the guys learn all about how they work to improve the quality of healthcare for persons with spinal cord injury as well as how they're using blood flow restriction exerci…
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In this episode Johnny and the guys tackle the complicated decision making process involved in choosing whether or not to use BFR when considering the risk of VTE. Below we’ve included the notes with bibliography that we worked from so that you can follow along if you like. We hope you enjoy it!!#EARNYOURDEFLATECaprini risk assessment - https://ven…
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In this episode of the Owens Recovery Science Podcast Johnny chats with Jeremiah Randall, PT, ATC of the Houston Astros, and Seth Blee, PT, DPT of the World Champion Washington Nationals about taking care of elite baseball players, and how they're using blood flow restricted exercise as part of their athlete management.…
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In this podcast the guys take on the topic of Ischemic Pre-Conditioning. They discuss why it works and how clinicians might use it to aid their clients with their performance and rehabilitation needs. This one gets a little dense folks, but hang with us, we try to tie it up nice and neat in the end.Here are a few of the papers that we discuss...One…
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In this episode the guys breakdown some recent papers covering the acute physiologic responses to BFR exercise as they relate to pressure, and two papers on BFR in the rehabilitation of ACL reconstruction.Here are links to the papers covered...Warmington's pressure paper: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fphys.2019.01018/fullHughes' Com…
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