ACL Rehab Excercises

ACL Rehab Excercises

Understanding ACL Injury and Rehabilitation An ACL injury occurs when the anterior cruciate ligament, a vital stabilising ligament in the knee, tears or stretches. This often happens during sports or activities involving sudden stops, changes in direction, or landing...
Phases of ACL rehabilitation

Phases of ACL rehabilitation

Explanation of ACL injury and its prevalence The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the 4 main ligaments that stabilise the knee joint and limits hyperextension of the knee. ACL injuries occur most frequently in sports involving pivoting and sudden...
Knee Recovery: Surgical vs. Non-operative ACL Rehabilitation

Knee Recovery: Surgical vs. Non-operative ACL Rehabilitation

What is an ACL rupture? An Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) rupture, is a tearing or overstretching of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament, a key ligament in the knee joint. The ACL helps stabilise the knee by preventing excessive forward movement and rotation of the tibia...

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