An Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tear or injury is common among athletes – particularly females. Strength and conditioning work, as well as proper technique, can help to prevent injuries from occurring on and off the field.
Through the ACL Injury Prevention program at Specialized Physical Therapy, we assess common biomechanical issues that increase someone’s risk for an ACL injury. Once identified, we will then provide strength and mobility work to address any limitations. We continue to follow up with patients down the road to reassess and ensure the issues have been resolved.
The ACL Injury Prevention program consists of three components:
Movement screen to test biomechanical issues as it relates to sport
"Dr. Sean and his team are WONDERFUL! Their personal attention and availability when I need them is what makes this physical therapy experience top-notch. I have and will continue to recommend this team of specialists to everyone I know! Dr. Sean is patient, kind, and his professionalism is not only welcoming but therapeutic on a personal side. He takes the time to get to know his patients and that is so appreciated. I recently had AXL repair surgery and had the privilege of coming pre and post-surgery. The team welcomes me by name every time I walk in the door."