FROM NON-LEAGUE TO THE PREMIER LEAGUE AND BACK AGAIN: USING LESSONS LEARN TO INFORM AN ACLR REHABILITATION CASE STUDY – PART TWO
Mark Armitage, School of Health & Sports Sciences, University of Suffolk
In part one, a young (21 years old) semi- professional (Step 3) football player was introduced having undergone an ACLR (ipsilateral hamstring graft) on his left limb, around 5 years after experiencing the same injury on his right. Having begun working with the player 5 months post-surgery with full extension lacking, an initial regression was made to achieve this key milestone. Part one details intervention and progression criteria to facilitate a return to running and then field-based rehabilitation which will be covered herein.
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