Abnormal knee movement during dynamic activities after ACL rupture has been reported[1–3]. A reconstructive surgery is recommended by orthopedic surgeons to restore joint stability. After ACL reconstructive surgery and rehabilitation that follows the normal knee movement has not been fully restored, especially for the nonsagittal plane rotations, during walking and high demanding activities (stairs, pivoting, cutting, jump and landing, etc.) [2, 4–10].
Volume Subject Area:Poster Session II: Joint and Spine Mechanics
Topics:Anterior cruciate ligament, Knee, Rotation, Turning, Surgery, Cutting, Orthopedics, Rupture, Stability, Stairs
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