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Knee injuries

New thinking in management of ACL injury – Part...

in Improve, Knee injuries, Pre-hab and post-surgical rehab

In the first of this two-part series, Alicia Filley unravelled the mystery of the role of the ACL and anterolateral complex in knee stability. In this article, she evaluates the current thinking on conservative management, repair, and the required rehabilitation to successfully return athletes to sport The recent hubbub regarding the presence of the anterolateral ligament (ALL),... MORE

The controversial anterolateral knee complex – Part 1

in Acute injuries, Knee injuries

In the first of a two-part series, Alicia Filley unravels the mystery of the role of the ACL and anterolateral complex in knee stability. In the follow up article, she will build on these findings and evaluate the current thinking on conservative management, repair, and the required rehabilitation to successfully return athletes to sport. The most common... MORE

Baker’s cysts: an early indication of pathology?

in Diagnose & Treat, Knee injuries

Chris Mallac explores the anatomy and pathology of Baker’s cysts, and how clinicians can manage this condition Baker’s cysts, more accurately known as popliteal synovial cysts, were first mentioned by Guillaume Dupuytren almost 200 years ago when he described a cystic mass with a large effusion in the popliteal fossa(1). Furthermore, Adams in 1840 made the... MORE

Masterclass: LARS – Part II. Rehabilitation following LARS procedure.

in Anatomy, Diagnose & Treat, Knee injuries, Pre-hab and post-surgical rehab

In last month’s issue, Chris Mallac discussed in detail the post-operative rehab requirements following a Ligament Advanced Reinforcement System (LARS) procedure. In the second part of this 2-part article, he explains the specific staged ‘criteria’ driven rehabilitation process, with an emphasis on specific strength and conditioning principles that need to be considered throughout the reconditioning process MORE


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