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An Overview of Hop Testing After ACLR

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Date Published

November 13, 2018


Ohio Physical Therapy Association


ACLR, Hop Testing, Sports, Sports Medicine


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Recent research has identified that many athletes who return to sport following ACLR do not fully clear return to sport testing. Additionally, these individuals are at a higher risk of secondary injury with long term risk for development of osteoarthritis. This course intends to provide clinicians with a base understanding of the importance of return to sport testing and the current research for hop testing.
Learning Objectives:
- Understand the risk factors/epedimiology of secondary injury following ACLR
- Understand implementation and scoring of current hop testing procedures
- Identify areas where research is developing for new/expanded tests

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Dave Werner, PT, DPT

Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedic Physical TherapyCertified Strength and Conditioning SpecialistDave Werner, PT,... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

An Overview of Hop Testing After ACLR - Video
An Overview of Hop Testing After ACLR - Paper
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