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Neurocognitive Training for ACL Rehabilitation and Return to Play Testing

I have a great guest post on neurocognitive training after ACL surgery by Lenny Macrina. This is an emerging field of research that is starting to show some promise in helping us with our ACL rehabilitation programs, as well Read more >

Physical Therapy or Surgery for a Meniscus Tear?

Today’s article is a guest post from Lenny Macrina, my co-owner of Champion and co-author of my online knee course.  Meniscal tears are common, and some interesting new studies are coming out showing that surgery may not be Read more >

Measuring the Position and Mobility of the Patella

Measuring the position and mobility of the patella is still a very important component of my clinical examination of the knee.  It gives me a great sense of soft tissue restrictions that may be present when patellar hypomobility is noted.  … Read more >

Return to Play Testing After ACL Reconstruction

This week’s article is a guest post from Lenny Macrina.  Lenny discusses a really important topic right now regarding the safe return to sport after ACL reconstruction.  Are we returning people too fast? If you want to learn exactly how Lenny … Read more >

What is the Best Graft Choice for ACL Reconstruction?

Today’s article is from my co-owner of Champion PT and Performance and co-author of OnlineKneeSeminar.com, Lenny Macrina.  Lenny does a great job discussing and comparing the different options when it comes to graft choice for ACL reconstruction.

Tearing an ACL can … Read more >

5 Ways to Decrease the Risk for an ACL Injury

Injuries to the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) are some of the most common injuries in the active population. As incidence of other injuries have decreased, injuries involving the ACL have rose astronomically over the years.  There have been numerous studies Read more >

Meniscus Repair Rehabilitation: Why Are We Still Stuck in the 90’s?

Today’s article is from my co-owner of Champion PT and Performance and co-author of OnlineKneeSeminar.com, Lenny Macrina.  Lenny does a great job discussing some of the controversies surrounding postoperative progressions, specifically weight-bearing and range of motion, follow meniscus repair Read more >

Knee Seminar Bloopers!

I thought it would be funny to share some bloopers from OnlineKneeSeminar.com, our program teaching you exactly how Lenny Macrina and I evaluate and treat the knee.  

It’s not as easy as everyone thinks to film these programs … Read more >