EFFECTS OF INTER-JOINT COORDINATION DURING A HIGH-DEMAND ACTIVITY AFTER ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION
Keywords: PHASE ANGLE, CONTINUOUS RELATIVE PHASE, LANDING AND CUTTING
AbstractThe purpose of this study was to investigate the pattern and variability of inter-joint coordination during a high-demand activity after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR). All subjects needed performed a single-leg landing followed cutting as quickly as possible. Our findings indicated that the patients with ACLR had similar patterns of interjoint coordination in performing a single leg landing and cutting comparing to the age, sex, body weight and sport-matched healthy subjects. Assessing the inter-joint coordination as well as facilitating the coordination in clinical treatments might improve the high-demand activities on ACLR subjects.
Injuries / Rehabilitation
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