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Extrinsic and Intrinsic factors affect ACL injuries
Monday 17th November 2014 
One of the most fascinating areas of study into Anterior Cruciate Ligament injuries is taking place in South Africa
 
Preliminary case controls studies carried out by Professor Martin Schwellnuss and his colleagues in Cape Town in athletes with ACL and those without have found that some of the athletes have a pre-deposition for ACL injuries.
Professor Kim Bennell
Tuesday 11th November 2014 
Osteoarthritis could possibly have more of an effect on athlete’s that have ACL reconstruction rather than those that choose not to.
That’s according to Professor Kim Bennell, Professor and Director of the Centre of Health, Exercise and Sports Medicine, University of Melbourne, Australia.
andrew jowett
Tuesday 28th October 2014 
ACL injuries not only affect the development of young athletes, they have far-reaching financial, career and lifestyle implications. That’s according to Dr Andrew Jowett, Director of Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre,
Melbourne, Australia
mike snelling melbourne
Tuesday 28th October 2014 
A mix of traditional approach and modern technology is key to reducing ACL injuries, according to Michael Snelling.
 
A sport physiotherapist in private practice, Snelling, speaking at the ACL Return to play conference in Melbourne, believes that reintroducing functional movement into youth training could be key to the prevention of ACL injuries.
enda king head of performance rehabilitation ssc
Tuesday 28th October 2014 
In the latest video blog post from the ACL Return to play conference in Melbourne, we hear from Enda King, Head of Performance Rehabilitation at the Sports Surgery Clinic.
 
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