Non-Operative ACL Management Podcast
This podcast will take you through the current evidence base surrounding non-operative ACL management and dispel a number of myths that patients need to have an ACL reconstruction to achieve a great outcome following ACL injury.
This is a recording of an ESSA webinar presented on 4 February, 2021.
Presented by Mr Mick Hughes, M. Sports Physio, B. Physio. B. Ex Sci
Mick Hughes is a Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist, who consults at The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre. He has a strong clinical interest in the management of ACL injuries; both operatively and non-operatively. Mick is the co-author of the Melbourne ACL Rehabilitation Guide; a criterion based framework aimed at optimising ACL injury outcomes, which has helped countless patients improve their quality of life and fuction following ACL injury. Mick is also the co-founder of the online education platform www.learn.physio – a website that hosts premium online education courses for health professionals all around the world.
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