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"Sport Medicine Journal" No.5 - 2006

Knee ambulatory rehabilitation after anterior crossed ligament reconstruction

Mirela Lucia Călina1 , Despina Beer2
1University of Craiova, Faculty of Phisical Education and Sport,
2Ministery of Justitice


Knee is one of most important joint of our body, that presents frequently many traumas. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the major stabilizing ligament of the knee. This is one of the structures most often injuried by sportsmen. This injury causes internal rotational instability of tibia to the femur when the knee is in flexion. The ACL reconstruction with anatomically bone-tendon-bone graft harvested from the patellae ligament, is accepted today as the “golden standard”. The aim of this study is to evaluate the rehabilitation of knee after ACL reconstruction. We compared two groups of subjects, one with ambulatory rehabilitation by kinetic programme and one with rehabilitation in a rehabilitation hospital services.

Key words:

knee, ACL, ambulatory rehabilitation

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