How I Get My Patient’s Quads Back After Major Knee Surgery [Guide for Physical Therapists] – Ask FPF E:18
In today's episode we go over How I Get My Patient’s Quads Back After Major Knee Surgery [Guide for Physical Therapists] – Ask FPF E:18
Quad strength is mighty important after major knee surgery like ACL reconstruction. However, it's actually quite tough to get back. Numerous studies show weaknesses and differences in muscle mass from side to side YEARS after surgery.
Obviously this isn't ideal. In today's episode we go over my strategy for helping to get my patient's quads back following surgery. Watch the video below to check it out:
Show Notes / Relevant Articles:
- FPF Mini Course - 7 Reasons Why Injuries Happen in the Gym and What to do About it
- ACL Reconstruction Surgery Physical Therapy Treatment | Phase 1 | Case Study
- Meniscus Repair Surgery Physical Therapy [Case Study - Elite Powerlifter]
- Guide to ACL Reconstruction Exercise Prescription for Physical Therapists | Part 1
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Dan Pope DPT, OCS, CSCS