Physical Therapy: ACL Injury, Surgery, and Rehabilitation: A Science-Based and Evidence-Informed Approach, 2nd Edition

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Learning Objectives

  • Identify, compare, and contrast the major anatomical components of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), particularly with regard to its relationship to arthrokinematics of the knee.
  • Discuss the typical mechanism of injury, clinical course, and risk factors associated with ACL injury.
  • Utilize the components of a comprehensive clinical examination to formulate a specific diagnosis for patients with a suspected ACL injury.
  • Describe the diagnostic strategies, management plans, and classification of patients with ACL injury.
  • Formulate a rehabilitation program using clinical strategies and evidence-based interventions after ACL injury and reconstruction.
  • Explain the functional and clinical outcomes after ACL injury and reconstruction.
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Physical Therapy: ACL Injury, Surgery, and Rehabilitation: A Science-Based and Evidence-Informed Approach, 2nd Edition

64.00
Learning Objectives

  • Identify, compare, and contrast the major anatomical components of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), particularly with regard to its relationship to arthrokinematics of the knee.
  • Discuss the typical mechanism of injury, clinical course, and risk factors associated with ACL injury.
  • Utilize the components of a comprehensive clinical examination to formulate a specific diagnosis for patients with a suspected ACL injury.
  • Describe the diagnostic strategies, management plans, and classification of patients with ACL injury.
  • Formulate a rehabilitation program using clinical strategies and evidence-based interventions after ACL injury and reconstruction.
  • Explain the functional and clinical outcomes after ACL injury and reconstruction.