ACL Tear --- What do I do before reconstruction?

Ismat Khoja
Ismat Khoja

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Injury prevention & Rehab
What to I do before my ACL Reconstruction?⁣

⁣ GET STRONG! ⁣ ⁣ Here is a study which brings terrific information for humans with ACL tear. ⁣ In this study the group who had 10 session of progressive strengthening & neuromuscular training (prehab) earlier than their reconstruction, confirmed significantly higher knee function and return to sport. ⁣ ⁣ This prehab length isn't always best to maximised the final results of the surgical procedure however additionally to let you & your medical doctor realise if you really need that surgical repair or not. ⁣ ⁣ So if you or your friend end up with an ACL injury, allow the ache & swelling calm down a bit and then visit your Physiotherapist for your prehab sessions! ⁣ ⁣ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5537599/ #daactarni
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Akash Charan Cholleti

I had an 80% ACL tear and meniscus damage, the doctor told me that I can carry on without a reconstruction but if run and play sports a lot in the future, there could be more damage, also I was obese. So I recovered to my full range of motion after the tear and for the reconstruction done. It’s nearly 20 months since I got the surgery done, I went through proper physiotherapy and recovery process. At the moment, I workout a lot, play sports for extending periods of time, hike and don’t feel much difference on my knees. I don’t know if not getting a surgery makes you to not do all the things I mentioned, but after the reconstruction and proper recovery, I do all activities as if it’s completely normal ! Just wanted to give my 2 cents about this subject and my experience with it.

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