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ACL Lesion

The treatment of the ACL injury can be of two types: conservative and surgical, although the majority of patients decides to undergo a surgical treatment in order to solve problems of instability and early arthrosis resulting from breakage.

The post-surgical treatment includes a first phase of swelling and joint function recovery control (in the first place the extension) and the recovery of the path scheme.

At the same time you can start with the phase of recovery of the strength of the hip dials, buttock of the quadriceps, in a closed kinetic chain and subsequently open (the vast medial is the muscle that atrophies more after surgery, so you must work on his complete recovery) flexors (medial) thigh and knee intrarotatory (who have suffered the biological sample and then weakened). This phase ends with the isokinetic test (the difference in strength between the two arts must be <20% at least).

Exceeded the isokinetic tests you can proceed to the last phase, of the recovery of the gestures on the field, but only after doing a metabolic threshold test that shows the status of the patient's health and trained heart rates. Parallel to the work on the field you can work in Green Room. You have to undergo the MAT test that allows you to highlight objectively incorrect motor patterns during codified movements. Only through this kind of test you can complete the healing treatment and work on the prevention of re-injury. The patient is discharged only after all 3 tests and has recovered 100% of the force.

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