22 ACL Papers That Have Shaped My Clinical Practice
Image: Hewett et al (2005)
Over the last decade, there has been a plethora of research papers published on the ACL. As a result, I want to share with you some of the key papers that have been published during this time that have shaped my clinical practice.
This is by no means an exhaustive list of papers on ACL rehabilitation, but it definitely contains the papers that I consider to be game-changers that I encourage all health professionals to read who have an interest in ACL injury and ACL rehabilitation.
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Image: Quatman & Hewett (2009)
8) Failla et al (2016) - Does Extended Preoperative Rehabilitation Influence Outcomes 2 Years After ACL Reconstruction? A Comparative Effectiveness Study Between the MOON and Delaware-Oslo ACL Cohorts
9) Thoma et al (2019) - Coper classification early after ACL rupture changes with progressive neuromuscular and strength training and is associated with two-year success: The Delaware-Oslo ACL Cohort study
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I hope you get something out of these papers as much as what I have!
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