This course is for both beginner and intermediate students. The material is well illustrated and explained, with plenty of video input. It covers the bony and soft tissue anatomy relevant to rehabilitation, and really puts the soft tissues into perspective in relation to the potential for knee stiffness.
After this course the student will understand why the focus of early rehabilitation is retaining mobility of the soft tissues around patellar area, ensuring that full extension is regained early and that focus is maintained upon range-of-motion in the early days rather than on re-building strength or endurance.
We welcome any helpful critique of this information.
No pre-knowledge needed.
Level could be suitable for clinical trainees.