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True or False: Excessive knee valgus movement during landing, pivoting, and changing directions is often a contributor to non-contact ACL injury.
True or False: Hip strength and body control are important for good lower extremity mechanics and PREVENTION of injuries.
How many days per week do we recommend that you perform the ACL Strong exercises?
If you feel knee pain during an exercise, what should you do?
For injury prevention purposes, muscle soreness is expected with new exercises, but knee PAIN is not something that you should push through or ignore. We recommend ALL of the following: Adjust or correct your technique, Decrease the intensity of the exercise, or, if pain persists, you may skip the exercise and consider having it evaluated by a medical professional.
Which picture below demonstrates better squat mechanics?
A simple strategy for avoiding non-contact ACL injuries is limiting excessive valgus motion at the knee (inward position of the knee relative to the hip and ankle).
Which photo shows better single leg mechanics?
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