Tag Archives: ACL reconstruction

ACL Reconstruction Trends

ACL Reconstruction Trends

ACL Reconstruction Is A Highly Successful Surgery Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction surgery is a very common elective surgery in Australia and from a physiotherapy perspective are one of the most common post surgical rehabilitation programs that physiotherapists play an active role in. In my experience an ACL reconstruction is a surgery which has a… Read More >

Is Extra-Articular Tenodesis The Future Of ACL Reconstruction Surgery?

Could Extra-Articular Tenodesis Be The Future Of ACL Reconstruction Surgery?

Extra-Articular Tenodesis, What Is It? Across the board, regardless of the area of medicine surgical techniques are continually evolving and improving, as part of the ongoing quest within the industry as it strives for medical improvements. ACL reconstruction surgery is no exception to this rule, and orthopaedic surgeons are continually looking for ways to both… Read More >

Rehabilitation After ACL Surgery Reconstruction

Rehabilitation After ACL Surgery

ACL Surgery And Physiotherapy Physiotherapy ultimately plays a crucial role in the outcome of any ACL surgery. Following a successful surgical procedure much of the success will fall on the patient’s dedication to their therapy and the physiotherapists ability to both motivate and appropriately progress their rehabilitation program up until a full return to pre-injury… Read More >

Should I Have ACL Reconstruction Surgery?

Should I Have ACL Reconstruction Surgery?

To Cut, Or Not To Cut? That Is The Question The decision around choosing elective surgery and having ACL reconstruction surgery is not always a straightforward one.  Following a complete ACL rupture, many individuals will find that they are unable to freely participate in any cutting, or pivoting-type sports due to feelings of instability.  While… Read More >