Fantastic GUI on injury prevention created by @RodWhitely can be used here:
This presentation contains pilot data as a component of a larger study. It will be submitted for peer review in due course.
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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
La Trobe Sport & Exercise Medicine (LASEM) Research Centre are proud to facilitate a two day symposium aimed at advancing ACL injury management & outcomes through a multi-disciplinary education approach. We have arranged a world class line up of speakers that hosts not only top talent from Victoria but also from across the globe. ****…read more
“It felt like I had broken my leg” – Kate Sheahan on her ACL injury on the weekend In light of the 6 ACL injuries sustained by players at the half way mark of the 8 week AFL Women’s competition this an opportune time to share this and answer what many seem to be unsure…read more
“Having an ACL reconstruction does not mean you automatically go back to playing sport” – Dr Clare Adern, September 2016. In the lead up to the 2016 Sports Medicine Australia Conference at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in October, I had the pleasure of speaking to Dr Clare Ardern, a Post-Doctoral Researcher from Linköping University in Sweden. She…read more
We know that development of osteoarthritis (OA) after ACL reconstruction occurs in over 50% of patients. The question is, should we inform our patients of this, and if so how should we go about this. Anecdotally, consensus is that this can be a tricky conversation, and something that may be avoided by some therapists due…read more