Anterior cruciate ligament prevention strategies: are they effective in young athletes - current concepts and review of literature.

@article{Ladenhauf2013AnteriorCL,
  title={Anterior cruciate ligament prevention strategies: are they effective in young athletes - current concepts and review of literature.},
  author={Hannah Noemi Ladenhauf and Jessica Graziano and Robert G Marx},
  journal={Current opinion in pediatrics},
  year={2013},
  volume={25 1},
  pages={64-71}
}
PURPOSE OF REVIEW Participation in sports is on the rise, with young athletes training year round and specializing at earlier ages, predisposing them to sports-related injuries. Once thought to be rare, injuries of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) are being seen with a greater frequency in the paediatric population. Numerous preventive training programmes have been developed. The purpose of this review is to discuss risk factors and the effectiveness of preventive programmes in the young… CONTINUE READING
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