RE: ACL Training?
That`s crazy mate, I know this may sound obvious but he will have to keep pushing and mithering for something to be done and be persistent, I know what he`s up against because I got that too, they seem to try every step of the way to convince you you don`t need it, I would imagine it comes down to cost ultimately but even so.
Did they not even offer him any appointments with a Physio to advise him ?
It`s quite difficult to give advice re specific exercises, I know quite a few people with ACL problems yet their individual Physio`s have different attitudes to some execises, leg extensions being the main one, the wobbleboard is the one which I`ve never heared of any Physios saying it`s a no-no.
I`d get him to push to see one at least but from my personal experience I found it best to work each leg independantly for the most part, it`s surpising how subconsciously we tend to protect the damage limb and thereby put more of the stress on the good one.
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