Effect of rehabilitation exercises on the range of motion of the knee joint following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
Dr. Maeen Abdulwali Mohammed, Dr. Makarand Joshi
This study aims to determine the effect of rehabilitation exercises following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) on range of motion (ROM). The study sample included 9 injured athletes in Aurangabad city, Maharashtra, India, who had undergone ACLR and unable to return to practice their sports activities within first year after primary ACLR. The experimental method was used through applying the pre and post measurements due to its appropriate to investigate the purpose of study. The results of this study showed that the rehabilitation exercises have highly significant improvement in all range of motion variables (active flexion, passive flexion, active extension, and passive extension) following ACL reconstruction.
Dr. Maeen Abdulwali Mohammed, Dr. Makarand Joshi. Effect of rehabilitation exercises on the range of motion of the knee joint following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. International Journal of Physiology, Health and Physical Education, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 14-18