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Sports Test 2

6 months post-op for ACL, MCL, PCL, PLC, Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction, Brostrum

This is a moderate impact test designed to measure your strength, stability, agility, and low level plyometrics. Passing this test allows us to progress into sport specific training and tri-planar activities.

Instructions: This test should be performed at your 6-month follow-up with Dr. Stone and the physical therapy team.



 

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