Non-operative management after ACL injury

Guidelines for rehabilitation to return to sport

This review provides an evidence-based path through a non-operative course of rehabilitation after ACL injury for patients returning to pivoting and cutting sports.

If the patient has no concomitant injury and successfully passes a screening tool (including >80% limb symmetry on all hop testing and on the KOS-ADLS, >60 on the self-report of knee function, and ≤1 giving way episode), they are considered “potential copers” and may proceed to rehabilitation.


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