ACL SURGERY or MAJOR KNEE INJURY
Take The "Bridge" Back To Your Sport
The ACL Bridge Program's goal is for the patient to develop a significant improvement in strength and stability in their operated leg that they can maintain that improvement throughout training and/or while playing other sports. ACL Bridge is a specific program designed for post rehab patients recovering from major knee injuries or ACL surgery. Each one hour session is designed to focus on patient strength, agility, speed, and recovery. During the ACL Bridge Program, each patient will train by using a forwards and backwards treadmill and plyometrics. The program also includes a dynamic warm-up specific to the flexibility of the hamstrings, quadriceps, and hip flexors. For maximum benefit, the patient needs to train 3 times per week for a total of 26 sessions. The athlete is required to perform a pre-evaluation which includes a 3PQ test to measure the strength of each leg. These results are recorded and saved to compare with a patients post evaluation (3PQ and strength). Get back to your to playing your sport! Get with THE PROGRAM!