Use of strength and function to predict outcomes post ACLR

Strength and functional performance parameters are predictive of subjective outcomes post ACL reconstruction

Return to sport post anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) continues to plague health care practioners. This is due to the multitude of variables, both internal and external, that influence the decision in an attempt to mitigate risk of reinjury.

The authors of this study concluded the use of hop testing was most predicitve of subjective outcomes and should be considered when determining return to play guidelines.

 
 

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