COMPENSATORY STRATEGIES THAT REDUCE KNEE EXTENSOR DEMAND DURING A BILATERAL SQUAT CHANGE FROM 3 TO 5 MONTHS FOLLOWING ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION

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BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVE

Research consistently shows that ACLR patients adopt loading patterns that shift the demands away from the ACL reconstructed knee during bilateral tasks. These strategies often persist, with 1 study showing that ACLR patients 13 months post-op had 17% smaller knee

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