S/P ACL Reconstruction

Replace the anterior cruciate ligament, one of the major ligaments in your knee. Ligament cannot be sewn back together, so the ligament is replaced with a piece of tendon from another part of the leg or from a deceased donor.
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  • Knee instability
  • Knee swelling
  • Severe pain when bending the knee
  • Most common in high impact sports
  • Knee hyperextension
  • The lower leg is forced forward in relation to the upper leg
  • Direct impact from the front of the thigh while the lower leg is in a stable position
  • Period of immobilization in locked knee immobilizer
  • Massage to reduce swelling
  • Passive ROM and active ROM
  • Quadriceps activation
  • Knee stabilization exercises
  • Lower extremity strengthening
  • Gait program
  • Return to running program
  • Avoid open chain strengthening exercises



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