Layout 1ACL injury and subsequent surgical reconstruction is one of the most studied sports injuries in the modern literature. Strength, stability, and return to sports participation at the pre-injury level are all measures of the success of ACL reconstruction.
There has been lots of research on objective measures of function after ACL reconstruction, however in the past decade there has also been an increasing interest in defining and understanding the psychological or emotional aspects of return to sport or recreational activity after ACL injury.

This ptInMotion includes following articles

  • Overuse Serves Up Tennis Shoulder Injuries
  • Protect Yourself During Summer Athletics
  • Take a Breath and Let Kids Enjoy the Sport

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