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A Commonly Missed Impairment After ACL Reconstruction acl reconstruction recovery Oct 11, 2022

Let's talk about one of the most commonly missed impairments after ACL reconstruction --  loss of knee flexion range of motion. To me, this is defined as getting the ischial tuberosities all the way back to the heels (researchers define it as within 5 degrees compared to the...

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NEW! ACL Reconstruction Guidelines 3.0 acl Aug 15, 2022

We have revamped the ACL reconstruction guidelines and have now released version 3.0! Updates in this version include:

  • Added biomarkers for monitoring progression, clinical decision-making, and exercise programming
  • Increased emphasis on return to sport testing throughout the entire continuum of...
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Quad Strength Symmetry after ACL Reconstruction acl Jun 21, 2022

Ever have trouble restoring quad strength symmetry after ACL reconstruction? Trunk stability push up pattern might help. You can learn more about it in this blog post .

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Full Knee Flexion ROM after ACL Reconstruction acl Jun 14, 2022

Does restoring full knee flexion ROM matter after ACL reconstruction?

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A Call to Parents acl injury prevention injury risk Apr 20, 2022

Please help guard your kids from their next ACL tear. Please.

As a father of 4 boys, protecting their health and well-being is of utmost importance to me. My wife and I believe sports participation offers our children physical, emotional, and leadership benefits. Unfortunately, sports injuries...

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Return to sport testing case study research acl return to sport Feb 07, 2022

Super proud of Adam Grannan, PT, DPT! As a UE DPT student, he wanted to examine current return to sport testing. Last week at APTA Combined sections meeting, he presented a case study examining physical status at clearance for return to sport after ACL reconstruction.

What did he find on a...

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Hop Testing Protocols For Return to Sport acl hop testing normative data return to sport Jan 17, 2022

By  Phil Plisky, PT, DSc, ATC, OCS, CSCS & Adam Devery, ATC, PTA, CSCS 

You’ve been working with a patient and it is now time for return to play testing. Hop Testing is a measure of power and energy-storing that can help you test neuromuscular control, strength, and...

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Exploring Popular Questions About Evidence-Based Practice acl arm health low back pain webinars Dec 11, 2021

The goal of this course is to provide real-world application of the research in clinical practice by addressing common questions that rehabilitation professionals may have in a variety of areas.

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Upping Your Game in ACL Reconstruction Rehabilitation Webinar acl reconstruction return to sport Dec 07, 2021
 
This course will give an evidence-based road map to optimize both rehabilitation and outcomes for patients who have undergone an ACL reconstruction. The course will conclude with clear...
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