Volume 9 - Targeted Topic - Return to Performance After ACL Reconstruction

March 2020
Due to the catastrophic nature of ACL injuries, we are constantly trying to increase our understanding of factors associated with successful outcomes following injury and surgical reconstruction. Furthermore, we need to consider if previous rehabilitation strategies are optimal for preparing athletes to ‘return to performance’. This special edition focuses on novel approaches to promote learning/re-learning of skills, physical capacity development, exposure and re-integration of cognitive function by progressing from control to chaos, graded progression and gradual accumulation of both enough load (volume and intensity) and representative load (considering physical and cognitive sport demands), while integrating regular and precise monitoring of adaptation. The content provides some unique insights for assessing and reconditioning athletes as they aim to return to optimal performance.

Articles

Editorial
FROM OUR EDITOR

This issue sees us highlighting the modern approach for assessing and reconditioning athletes, as they...

Written by – Nebojsa Popovic MD PhD

Editorial
OPTIMIZING THE ‘RETURN TO SPORT JOURNEY’

A 21ST CENTURY APPROACH TO TESTING, REHABILITATION AND RECONDITIONING! Albert Einstein famously once...

Written by – Paul Read PhD

Interview
OUSMANE DEMBÉLÉ

Interview byNebojsa Popovic M.D., Ph.D. Masour Ousmane Dembélé is considered one of the emerging...

Interview by – Nebojsa Popovic M.D., Ph.D.

Sports Rehab
IS IT TIME TO CHANGE HOW WE ASSESS FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE FOLLOWING ACL RECONSTRUCTION?

Written by Paul Read, Darren Paul, Philip Graham-Smith and Sean McAuliffe, Qatar, Will Davies, United...

Written by – Paul Read, Darren Paul, Philip Graham-Smith and Sean McAuliffe, Qatar, Will Davies, United Kingdom, Joao Marques, Qatar, Mat Wilson, United Kingdom, and Greg Myer, USA

Sports Rehab
INTER-LIMB ASYMMETRY DURING REHABILITATION

UNDERSTANDING FORMULAS AND MONITORING THE “MAGNITUDE” AND “DIRECTION” Written by Chris Bishop and...

Written by – Chris Bishop and Anthony Turner, United Kingdom, Oliver Gonzalo-Skok, Spain and Paul Read, Qatar

Sports Science
ASSESSING VERTICAL JUMP FORCE-TIME ASYMMETRIES IN ATHLETES WITH ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURY

Written by Matthew J. Jordan, Graeme Challis, Nathaniel Morris,­ Mike Lane, Jeremiah Barnert and Walter...

Written by – Matthew J. Jordan, Graeme Challis, Nathaniel Morris,­ Mike Lane, Jeremiah Barnert and Walter Herzog, Canada

Sports Science
SINGLE VS DOUBLE LEG COUNTERMOVEMENT JUMP TESTS

NOT HALF AN APPLE! Written by Daniel Cohen, Adam Burton, Carl Wells, Matt Taberner, Maria Alejandra...

Written by – Daniel Cohen, Adam Burton, Carl Wells, Matt Taberner, Maria Alejandra Diaz, Philip Graham-Smith

Sports Science
TAKING A STEP BACK TO RECONSIDER CHANGE OF DIRECTION AND ITS APPLICATION FOLLOWING ACL INJURY

Written by Philip Graham-Smith, Qatar, Paul Jones, United Kingdom and Paul Read,...

Written by – Philip Graham-Smith, Qatar, Paul Jones, United Kingdom and Paul Read, Qatar

Interview
LEWIS COOK

Interview by Paul Read and Darren Paul APPLIED INSIGHTS: WHAT IS THE PLAYER’S PERSPECTIVE ON ACL...

Interview by – Paul Read and Darren Paul

Sports Rehab
SAME SAME, BUT DIFFERENT?

SHOULD FOOTBALL BOOT SELECTION BE A CONSIDERATION AFTER ACLR Written by Athol Thomson,...

Written by – Athol Thomson, Qatar

Sports Science
THE USE OF BLOOD FLOW RESTRICTION IN EARLY STAGE REHABILITAION FOLLOWING ACL INJURY

IMPLICATIONS FOR ENHANCING RETURN TO PLAY Written by Stephen D Patterson, UK, Johnny Owens, USA and...

Written by – Stephen D Patterson, UK, Johnny Owens, USA and Luke Hughes, UK

Sports Rehab
APPLYING THE PRINCIPLES OF MOTOR LEARNING TO OPTIMIZE REHABILITATION AND ENHANCE PERFORMANCE AFTER ACL INJURY

Written by Alli Gokeler, Germany and Anne Benjaminse, The Netherlands INTRODUCTION Most athletes who...

Written by – Alli Gokeler, Germany and Anne Benjaminse, The Netherlands

Sports Rehab
NEUROPLASTIC MULTIMODAL ACL REHABILITATION

INTEGRATING MOTOR LEARNING, VIRTUAL REALITY, AND NEUROCOGNITION INTO CLINICAL PRACTICE Written by Adam...

Written by – Adam L. Haggerty, Janet E. Simon, Cody R. Criss, HoWon Kim, Tim Wohl, Dustin R. Grooms, USA

Sports Rehab
THE FUTURE OF ACL PREVENTION AND REHABILITATION

INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY TO OPTIMIZE PERSONALIZED MEDICINE Written by Scott Bonnette, Manish Anand, Kim...

Written by – Scott Bonnette, Manish Anand, Kim D. Barber Foss, Christopher A. DiCesare, Jed A. Diekfuss, Dustin R. Grooms, Adam W. Kiefer, Katie Kitchen, Danielle Reddington, Christopher Riehm, Michael A. Riley, Andrew Schille, Jessica Shafer, Staci Thomas & Gregory D. Myer, USA

Sports Science
RECONSTRUCTING COGNITIVE FUNCTION FOLLOWING ACL INJURY

Written by Darren J. Paul, Qatar ACL INJURY AND SPORT DEMANDS An Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)...

Written by – Darren J. Paul, Qatar

Sports Science
FROM CONTROL TO CHAOS TO COMPETITION

BUILDING A PATHWAY FOR RETURN TO PERFORMANCE FOLLOWING ACL RECONSTRUCTION Written by Matt Taberner, Tom...

Written by – Matt Taberner, Tom Allen, and Emma Constantine, UK and Daniel D Cohen, Colombia

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