Research related to the evaluation, utilization, and P.O.C development in physical therapy practice with blood flow restriction training has become a staple in clinical care in recent years. To successfully implement this treatment strategy, therapists must know appropriate application, exercise physiology, mechanisms, and precautions of BFR. The purpose of this course is to educate physical therapists and physical therapist assistants in utilizing this specific treatment modality in a therapy session. The course will update participants on current and relevant literature to help guide evaluation, patient education, plan of care development, and prescription of this intervention to garner success in a multi-disciplinary approach to the care of various neuromusculoskeletal injuries. The breakout sessions will consist of "hands-on" work to practice assessment and treatment interventions as well as determining appropriate progressions, regression, development of working knowledge on the physiology behind treatment and explanation to patients.