Blog - ACL
by Zuzana Machotka

In the world of publications, researchers understand the difficult task of publishing in peer reviewed journals. Manuscripts which are accepted often require several revisions and may take up to a year to get published. It can be an arduous task keeping on top of papers and delegating tasks among co-authors. It is with this in…read more

by Adam Culvenor

Knee osteoarthritis (OA) can be characterised as non-traumatic or post-traumatic. Whereas, non-traumatic OA occurs without any history of acute knee injury, post-traumatic OA, as the name implies, develops following knee trauma. 1. Knee osteoarthritis often develops in adolescence and young adulthood, prior to 40 years of age: The most striking and important difference of post-traumatic…read more

by Adam Culvenor

Functional or physical performance tests, such as hop tests, are commonly used by physiotherapists and other rehabilitation clinicians to evaluate recovery after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury and reconstruction. Indeed, they make up a vital part of the clinical decision on when to progress patients to next stages of rehabilitation and when an athlete can…read more

by Dr Christian Barton (Editor)

        Thanks to everyone who attended our fantastic ACL symposium in November 2017. Below you will find slides and resources from some of our great presenters. A special thank you to Club Warehouse for sponsoring the event! Watch this space for more events and resources in 2018. We will be holding a…read more

by Dr Christian Barton (Editor)

Adam Culvenor and I published a blog in BJSM recently about the need to shift funding of research on surgical approaches to improving exercise rehabilitation. Here is a nice video summary:   Read the full blog here