Acta Scientific Orthopaedics (ISSN: 2581-8635)

Research Article Volume 6 Issue 7

Comparison of Physical Activity, Knee Quality of Life and Functional Disability in Athletes and Non- Athletes After ACL Reconstruction

Nitin Dhar1 and Karishma Chawla2

1Assistant Professor, School of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Sciences, KR Mangalam University, Sohna Road, Gurugram, India
2Assistant Professor, Department of Physiotherapy, SGT University, Gurguram, India

*Corresponding Author: Karishma Chawla, Assistant Professor, Department of Physiotherapy, SGT University, Gurguram, India.

Received: May 08, 2023; Published: June 20, 2023

Abstract

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) provides a very significant role in knee stability, It elongates slanting from corner to corner in between of the knee joint this ligament preventing the tibia from coming forward out, the ligament within the knee is comprised of involvement which connects the thigh bone femur to the tibia bone. Our aim is to investigate and analyze the comparison of physical activity, knee quality of life and functional disability in athletes and non –athletes after ACL reconstruction. Will it have a considerable change in the mobility and functional performance in the patients between 6-24 months of ACLR Various studies conducted on Single leg hop test, EQ- 5D 5L knee quality of life and lysholm knee scoring scale parameters and application, its impact and importance to reveal the knee quality of work status within a subject having unilateral ACL reconstruction which in terms help to get a genuine feedback on relief of pain, efficiency to perform recreational activities and any disabilities occurred within ADL’s.

Keywords:ACL Reconstruction; Physical Activity; Knee Quality of Life; Disability

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Citation

Citation: Nitin Dhar and Karishma Chawla. “Comparison of Physical Activity, Knee Quality of Life and Functional Disability in Athletes and Non- Athletes After ACL Reconstruction”.Acta Scientific Orthopaedics 6.7 (2023): 45-51.

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Copyright: © 2023 Nitin Dhar and Karishma Chawla. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.




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