Melbourne ACL Rehabilitation Guide
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The Melbourne Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction (ALCR) Rehabilitation Guide has already been used widely by clinicians in Australia and around the world.
If you are a physiotherapist treating patients that have had ACL reconstruction surgery the Melbourne Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction (ALCR) Rehabilitation Guide is free and easy to use.
MELBOURNE ACL REHBILITATION GUIDE
Authors: Randall Cooper & Mick Hughes
Randall Cooper is an experienced Sports Physiotherapist who consults at the Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre in Melbourne, and is a fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists. Randall is a former Olympic and AFL (Hawthorn FC) physiotherapist, but works with people of all abilities. He has published studies in international sports medicine journals, contributed to leading texts, and presented on many sports medicine related topics at major conferences and in the media. Randall is the founder and director of sports skincare company Premax.
B.Physio, M. Physio, FACP Sports Physiotherapist
Mick is an experienced Physiotherapist & Exercise Physiologist who consults at The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre.
Mick has expertise in ACL injury management and ACL injury prevention and has previously worked for elite sporting teams such as the Collingwood Magpies Netball team, Newcastle Jets U20s Soccer team and NQ Cowboys U20s Rugby League team.
B.Physio, B.Ex Sci., Grad Cert Sports Physio
“Disclaimer: The information contained in this document is a source of information and an education resource for health professionals and people who have sustained a knee problem. The content contained in this document is not intended to be used for diagnosis or treatment of knee conditions, nor should the content be used as a substitute for care or consultation from health professionals. All treatment decisions should be made in consultation with a health professional.”