Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Does Not Fully Restore Normal 3D Knee Kinematics at 12 Months During Walking and Walk-Pivoting: A Longitudinal Gait Analysis Study.

@article{Hasegawa2015AnteriorCL,
  title={Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Does Not Fully Restore Normal 3D Knee Kinematics at 12 Months During Walking and Walk-Pivoting: A Longitudinal Gait Analysis Study.},
  author={Takayuki Hasegawa and Toshiro Otani and Kentaro Takeda and Hideo Matsumoto and Kengo Harato and Yoshiaki Toyama and Takeo Nagura},
  journal={Journal of applied biomechanics},
  year={2015},
  volume={31 5},
  pages={
          330-9
        }
}
The purpose of the current study was to longitudinally evaluate how preoperative knee kinematics change after ACL reconstruction. Three-dimensional gait analysis using the point cluster method was undertaken on the same subjects preoperatively and at 3, 6, and 12 months after ACL reconstructive surgery. Thirteen subjects (7 males, 6 females) were examined while performing 2 different activities at self-selected speeds: walking and walk-pivoting (walking, pivoting toward the landed limb side and… CONTINUE READING

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