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Return to Sport after ACL Reconstruction: Maximizing Function and Preventing Re-injury

One of the most important topics in ACL rehabilitation among physicians and physical therapists is the question of when to safely return the athlete to sport. A study published in The Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy found...read more


Orthopedic Health Tips

ACL Rehabilitation: General Concepts in Physical Therapy

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) of the knee is one of the key ligaments that help to stabilize the knee joint. ACL tears typically occur through either contact or non-contact injury in high-risk sports such as soccer, football, basketball,...read more


Orthopedic Health Tips

ACL Prehabilitation

Prehab: Physical Therapy prior to ACL Reconstruction can improve outcomes after surgery. Of all joints of the human body, the knee joint is the leading cause of sports-related surgeries. Of these knee surgeries, repairs of the anterior cruciate ligament...read more


Sports Medicine

Rehabilitation after Meniscus Injury

Meniscal tears involve injury or degenerative changes to the C-shaped piece of cartilage of the knee. The meniscus acts as a shock absorber and distributes weight equally to promote balance and stability and control movements at the knee. In...read more


Sports Medicine

Return to sport – how to do it the right way

By Carson Lux. When an athlete is recovering from an injury, the journey can be filled with great hopes, crazy emotions, and fears, but the one thought that dominates his or her recovery is “Will I be able to...read more


Shoulder Conditions

Causes and Treatment for Common Rotator Cuff Injuries

There are four distinct muscles-tendons that make up the commonly known rotator cuff, which provide both strength and stability to the shoulder. The muscles originate from the scapula (shoulder blade) and connect to the head of the humerus (arm...read more


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