Reactive Neuromuscular Training for the Anterior Cruciate Ligament-Deficient Knee: Case Report

Written by Gray Cook, Lee Burton, and Keith Fields Tuesday, April 26, 2011 FMS Corrections

 

This case study outlines how reactive neuromuscular training was implemented into an injured ACL's protocol training program.

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    Dave 8/28/2012 7:13:03 AM Reply

    I had 15-25% of my lateral meniscus on my right knee removed about 15 months ago (partial lateral menisectomy). I have been unable to make it to 100% in terms of recovery because of some strength imbalances that probably caused the injury in the first place, most notably: my right quad/hamstring, specifically my VMO/semimembranosus/semitendinosus are weak, and my left glutes are weak. So on any bilateral or even unilateral movement, my right glute/VL/biceps femurus and my left quad/hamstring/adductors take over. Whenever I'm walking around, it feels as though my right leg is in a state of abduction, and my left leg is adducted and internally rotated. What should I do?