Articles by Dr Christina Le

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Anterior cruciate ligament injury – who succeeds without reconstructive surgery? The Delaware-Oslo ACL cohort study
Issue 25 (December 2019)
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Sex differences in physical activity engagement after ACL reconstruction
Issue 13 (December 2018)
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Dose-response relationship of neuromuscular training for injury prevention in youth athletes: A meta analysis
Issue 3 (February 2018)
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Self-reported fear predicts functional performance and second ACL injury after ACL reconstruction and return to sport: A pilot study
Issue 7 (June 2018)
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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.