ACL tears can be one of the most difficult injuries to come back from and female athletes are at a risk 3-4 times higher than males.
The ACL Bridge Program is designed to provide a safe intervention for ACL patients
transitioning from traditional physical therapy around 12-16 weeks post-operative. Total Performance has had tremendous success getting athletes back to 100% competitive play after going through this program.
After you are done with physical therapy you are still not ready to return to your sport. This program will get you there! It bridges the gap between being functional and being ready to play a sport. Our goal is to transition the patient into full functional activity without any limitations.
Orthopedic surgeons, physical and occupational therapists, athletic trainers and exercise physiologists have all had important roles in developing our Rehabilitation Program, with the protocol continually reviewed and evaluated as we accumulate data from over 45 medical-based facilities in our network. As with our other programs, this medically-based protocol is combined with patented technology to optimize sport-specific and traditional rehabilitation activities.
Using techniques developed by the most influential surgeons and physical therapists in the country, this program will reduce the risk of injury by:
1. Strengthening the muscles responsible for knee stabilization
2. Teaching athletes how to properly jump, land, cut and decelerate.
Programs average 2-3 days per week for 6-8 weeks but all programs are individualized based on the progress of each athlete. Each week athletes will schedule 2 training sessions which are followed by their strength training. The athletes will be encouraged to come in one additional time each week for their third strength training session.
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