Quinn and Steph are starting another NEW series on the ClinicalAthlete Podcast!
Welcome to The CALU Clinical Files.
To all you listeners (yes all 6 of you), you DON’T want to miss this.
Quinn and Steph are starting this series to dive into some of their real life cases in which they have navigated some unknowns and come out on the other side to really have a positive effect on their client’s lives (pretty much they are just crushing it and want to brag!).
Steph, as you all know, is on the Level Up “side of things” and a HUGE part of the CALU merger. She is passionate (and very good at) ACL rehabilitation and is currently working out of Boston PT and Wellness.
On this episode, Steph describes a case about a rockstar high-school senior who is a competitive skier and unfortunately tore his ACL on the slopes. Post-surgery, Steph tested his quad Limb Symmetry Index (LSI) at the following timestamps with subjective reports:
3 months: Quad LSI approx. 60%-feeling GOOD
6 months: Quad LSI approx. 90%- followed up with anterior knee pain and reports of it feeling…. “wobbly”.
Come listen to find out what exactly was going on and how Steph navigated the reports of pain and discomfort!!
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Audio production by John Summerford