Muscle diagnostic during ACL rehabilitation

TMG muscle diagnostic with Filippa Hopkins

5 weeks into her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rehab we measured Filippa Hopkins with the TMG muscle diagnostic.

The primary role of the (ACL) is to resist anterior subluxation of the tibia. As such plays an important role in fixating the knee joint and prevent knee instability and translations.

From TMG response we manage to detect different parameters that are typical for ACL rehabilitation and demonstrate timing for each separate muscle. The TMG monitoring of the muscle functional and structural atrophy and symmetry of knee extensors/flexors muscles after ACL surgery can help us to significantly improve the rehabilitation process by guiding through the training program.

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