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Have you had a recent Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction?

This research study will follow patients for 6 months after surgery to find out what factors might predict knee function at 12-months after knee surgery.

Seeking men and women (16 to 35 years) who have had an Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in the last 6 months.

Participants will attend two sessions (up to 2 hrs) in the School of Physiotherapy laboratory at 6-months and 12-months after ACL reconstruction.

Participants will be asked to perform a variety of movement tasks and have their lower limb biomechanics assessed using 3-dimensional motion capture and wearable sensors. Participants will have their thigh muscle strength assessed.

Participants will be offered a petrol voucher.

Further information: clinicalresearch.physio@otago.ac.nz and the Study Information Sheet
Tel: 0800 698 489

Project lead: Dr Sarah Ward sarah.ward@otago.ac.nz
[This project has been reviewed and approved by the Health & Disability Ethics Committees Ref: 20/CEN/27AM01]