14 day access to complete exam
2.5 hour time limit to complete
70% or better to pass


14 day access to complete exam
2.5 hour time limit to complete
70% or better to pass

Course Details


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Course Length


Successful completion of the online lecture series (BFRT I) and the live-streaming lab session (BFRT II)



Personal Computer, Tablet, or Smartphone with access to Broadband Internet >1.4 mbps


This course is Part III in the BFRT Certification Program.

After successful completion of the online lecture series (BFRT I)  and the hands-on lab session (BFRT II), students are eligible to sit for the BFRT III online final exam.

  • Once you purchase this final exam, you will  have access to the exam for 14 days
  • 2.5 hour time limit to complete exam once you start
  • 70% or better to pass this exam (you will only be allowed one second attempt at no charge during the 14 day access)

Instructional Level:
 Physical Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants, Athletic Trainers, Occupational Therapists, M.D.’s and Students

Requirements: Personal Computer, Tablet, or Smartphone with access to Broadband Internet (<1.4 mbps)

Course Evaluation: Yes

Certificate of Completion: Yes

Course App:
The course includes an app downloadable via iTunes, and the Play Store. Also cloud-based access for personal computers

  • Full motion demonstrations
  • More than 45 minutes of protocol demonstrations from recognized experts in rehabilitation, fitness, and more
  • Searchable online database with more than 1,000 Case Studies and Articles
  • Discount code for the in-person course
  • Discount code for BFR equipment
  • Supplementation information on hydration, supplementation, nutrition, breathing, psychology

Learning / Behavioral Objectives

Learning / Behavioral Objectives:
Upon completion of the course the participant will be able to:

  • Design a comprehensive intake questionnaire as part of an Informed Consent form based on evidence and local board requirements.
  • Able to apply case study evidence, evaluate measured CSA and strength gains for a patient in their early 20”s based on the chemical mechanisms produced by BFRT
  • Compare the benefits of BFRT to the use of low-intensity resistance training LIR for a patient with limited mobility following ACL surgery
  • Theorize the expected outcomes when using BFR protocols for elderly patients with muscle disuse
  • Propose and integrate return-to-play protocol utilizing at least 4 BFRT exercises for a post-surgical athlete following ACL surgery
  • Design a strength and conditioning protocol using 4 BFRT exercises for female volleyball players to improve vertical leap
  • Propose 3 changes using BFRT to an existing non-BFRT rehabilitation protocol for a patient with shoulder pain
  • Design a fitness program using body-weight and BFRT for a person who travels extensively
  • Develop an integrated strength and conditioning program for an elitie athlete to improve VO2 Max and VE Max
  • Propose a change to your current return-to-play protocol for an injured athlete sidelined after a rotator cuff injury using BFRT that will reduce atrophy that accompanies inactivity from limited use.