Articles by Dr Christina Le

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[Golden Oldie] The use of history to identify anterior cruciate ligament injuries in the acute trauma setting: the ‘LIMP index’
Issue 77 (April 2024)
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(Golden Oldie) The use of history to identify anterior cruciate ligament injuries in the acute trauma setting: the ‘LIMP index’
Issue 74 (January 2024)
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Does the one-leg rise test reflect quadriceps strength in individuals following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction?
Issue 71 (October 2023)
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Meniscal procedures are not increased with delayed ACL reconstruction and rehabilitation: results from a randomised controlled trial
Issue 63 (February 2023)
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Limiting the risk of osteoarthritis after anterior cruciate ligament injury: are health care providers missing the opportunity to intervene?
Issue 48 (November 2021)
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Social determinants of health are associated with physical therapy use: a systematic review
Issue 44 (July 2021)
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Dr Christina Le

Physiotherapist, PhD candidate
Edmonton, Canada

Dr Christina Le is a physiotherapist and has a PhD from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. As a clinician, she primarily treats individuals with anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries. Having sustained a previous ACL injury herself, she has developed an interest in understanding health-related quality of life (HRQOL) following a sport-related knee injury in youth. Christina's research seeks to identify what factors impact youth HRQOL during rehabilitation and develop strategies to improve long-term HRQOL.