Knowing what to do after you tear your Anterior Cruciate Ligament can be very daunting and confusing. Injuries like this can end a sporting career if the right program and strategy is not implemented immediately.
So where do you start? How hard do you push it? What muscles should you focus on?
Using tools like the M.A.T to gather baseline movement data is an important first step to understanding how to get the best results in rehabilitation!
This article explores each of the movement risks and provide some great examples of exactly where to start with a rehab program that addresses the cause.
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