Blog Posts - Acl Recovery



One Step Forward and Three Steps Back

As much as I try to post to my blog on a regular basis, it just never happens. There are always too many other things going on and it is only when I have  to stop and take a minute to myself do I think about writing something new, but usually, some...
by The Way I See It on Oct 25, 2014

The Long Road to Recovery

For those that do not know, I had ACL reconstruction surgery on November 27, 2013. Going into it I knew it would be a long recovery process with the other issues I have in my right leg, but apparently had not truly prepared myself for what a long cha...
by The Way I See It on Jan 11, 2014

The Long Road to Recovery

For those that do not know, I had ACL reconstruction surgery on November 27, 2013. Going into it I knew it would be a long recovery process with the other issues I have in my right leg, but apparently had not truly prepared myself for what a long cha...
by The Way I See It on Jan 11, 2014

The Long Road to Recovery

For those that do not know, I had ACL reconstruction surgery on November 27, 2013. Going into it I knew it would be a long recovery process with the other issues I have in my right leg, but apparently had not truly prepared myself for what a long cha...
by The Way I See It on Jan 11, 2014

Might As Well Jump

An article from Science Daily:  Go Ahead and Jump: Learning How to Properly Jump and Land Can Help Female Athletes Avoid Serious Knee Injuries Female athletes tear their anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) six to eight times more than male athle...
by Just A Thought on Jan 11, 2013

ACL Gender and Geometry

A new study about ACL injuries. From Science Daily: Much orthopaedic research has been devoted to determining why women are far more susceptible to knee ligament injuries than men. According to a new study, the answer may lie in geometry -- the leng...
by Just A Thought on Feb 28, 2012


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