Heading off ACL injury

istockphoto.com #9557972 Risks remain high after reconstruction Female soccer players recovering from anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) recon­struction may benefit from neuro­muscular training to prevent future injury, according to research from St. Louis presented this month at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Sur­geons (AAOS). By Jordana Bieze Foster In a separate AAOS presentation, a Swedish study of neuromuscular training to prevent primary ACL injury in female soccer players suggests that as little as 15 minutes of training per week can have significant benefits

istockphoto.com #9557972 Risks remain high after reconstruction Female soccer players recovering from anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) recon­struction may benefit from neuro­muscular training to prevent future injury, according to research from St. Louis presented this month at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Sur­geons (AAOS). By Jordana Bieze Foster In a separate AAOS presentation, a Swedish study of neuromuscular training to prevent primary ACL injury in female soccer players suggests that as little as 15 minutes of training per week can have significant benefits

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Heading off ACL injury