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6 Keys to the Early Phases of Rehabilitation Following ACL Reconstruction Surgery
Injury Treatment
Mike Reinold

6 Keys to the Early Phases of ACL Rehabilitation

While everyone wants to talk about advanced exercises and return to sport, it is probably infinitely more important to assure that the early phases of rehabilitation go well to avoid complications and allow more advanced drills down the road.

Neurocognitive Training for ACL Rehabilitation and Return to Play Testing
Injury Treatment
Lenny Macrina

Neurocognitive Training for ACL Rehabilitation and Return to Play Testing

Return to play after ACL reconstruction surgery is often a complicated decision-making process. As we have written in the past, numerous studies have shown that return to play testing after ACL reconstruction is not straightforward. With ACL re-tear rates so high, our physical therapy research is still lacking definitive guidelines on the best return-to-play criteria. However, recent trends may support a combination or neuromuscular and neurocognitive approaches to improve outcomes.

returning to exercise after covid-19
Injury Treatment
Mike Reinold

Returning to Exercise After COVID-19

The purpose of this post is to synthesize the currently available literature regarding the return to exercise and activity after a mild (non-hospitalized) case of COVID-19 in an otherwise healthy population.

how to get back to golf after an injury
Injury Treatment
Mike Reinold

How to Get Back to Golf After an Injury

A common mistakes we see golfers make when trying to gelt back to golf after an injury is simply jumping right back in like flipping a light switch. Here’s our approach to building a return to golf program.