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Single-Leg Vertical Hop Test Detects Greater Limb Asymmetries Than Horizontal Hop Tests After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in NCAA Division 1 Collegiate Athletes (2021)

Zarro, M. J., Stitzlein, M. G., Lee, J. S., Rowland, R. W., Gray, V. L., Taylor, J. B., Meredith, S. J., Packer, J. D., & Nelson, C. M. (2021). Single-leg vertical hop test detects greater limb asymmetries than horizontal hop tests after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in NCAA division 1 collegiate athletes. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 16(6).

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Therapists frequently use horizontal hop tests for people with anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries but the optimal test to determine readiness to return to play is still unknown. This cross-sectional study examined the limb symmetry (LSI) of a ...

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