Long term outcomes of ACL reconstruction more than 2 years following injury.
Area of study
- Geriatric population and proprioception
- Knee joint and ACL injury
- Dr. Gisela Sole, Senior Lecturer, Centre for Health, Activity, and Rehabilitation Research, School of Physiotherapy, University of Otago (Primary supervisor)
- Dr. Daniel Cury Ribeiro, Lecturer, Centre for Health, Activity, and Rehabilitation Research, School of Physiotherapy, University of Otago
- Prof. Jean-Claude Theis, Surgical Sciences, University of Otago
- Dr Kate Webster, La Trobe University
- 2009, MPT: Masters of Physiotherapy (Orthopedics) Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, India.
- 2007, BPT: Bachelor of Physiotherapy DAV Institute of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Jalandhar, India.
- University of Otago Doctoral Scholarship
- Outcomes of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction more than two years of surgery. Mark Steptoe Memorial Trust, March 2015.
- Kaur, M., Ribeiro, D.C., Theis, J, Webster, K.E. and Sole, G. (2016) Movement patterns of the knee during gait following ACL Reconstruction: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Sports Medicine.
- Kaur, M., Jasobanta, S., Singh, P. (2013) Effect of closed kinetic resistance exercise on proprioception in geriatric population. Journal of Advanced Physical Therapy 2013; 3, 69-77.
- Kaur M, Ribeiro DC, Theis CJ, Webster K, Sole G. (2016) Movement patterns of the knee during gait following ACL reconstruction: a systematic review and meta-analysis., Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference, September 2016.
Why did you choose the School of Physiotherapy?
For excellent research work and supportive environment.
Best things so far about your study
Continuously emerging new facts about the studies on ACL fascinates me and I am thankful to the people for their constant support while helping and guiding me for my study.