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Issue targeted topic - return to performance after acl reconstruction

March 2020

Due to the catastrophic nature of ACL injuries, we are constantly trying to increase our understanding of factors associated with successful outcomes following injury and surgical reconstruction. Furthermore, we need to consider if previous rehabilitation strategies are optimal for preparing athletes to ‘return to performance’. This special edition focuses on novel approaches to promote learning/re-learning of skills, physical capacity development, exposure and re-integration of cognitive function by progressing from control to chaos, graded progression and gradual accumulation of both enough load (volume and intensity) and representative load (considering physical and cognitive sport demands), while integrating regular and precise monitoring of adaptation. The content provides some unique insights for assessing and reconditioning athletes as they aim to return to optimal performance.

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FROM OUR EDITOR

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OPTIMIZING THE ‘RETURN TO SPORT JOURNEY’

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OUSMANE DEMBÉLÉ

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INTER-LIMB ASYMMETRY DURING REHABILITATION

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SINGLE VS DOUBLE LEG COUNTERMOVEMENT JUMP TESTS

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LEWIS COOK

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SAME SAME, BUT DIFFERENT?

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NEUROPLASTIC MULTIMODAL ACL REHABILITATION

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THE FUTURE OF ACL PREVENTION AND REHABILITATION

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RECONSTRUCTING COGNITIVE FUNCTION FOLLOWING ACL INJURY

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FROM CONTROL TO CHAOS TO COMPETITION

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