Treatment of ACL Injuries   Alexis Cargle
Introduction   50% ACL injuries   Why I wanted to research ACL injuries
Topic & Research   Research topic relating to treatment   10% permanent knee instability
Product   Medical chart of a theoretical patient   Interested in physical therapy   Observation   Printed and created ...
Types of TreatmentTT   Patellar Tendon Graft   Medications   Strengthening exercises   ROM exercises
Facilitator   Dr. Burt Stevens   Recommendation of Dr. Stevens   Observation of treatments
Observation
Challenges   Time of observation   Professionalism
Reflection   More capable   Procrastination   Career Options
Conclusion   Different types of treatment for different types    of injuries   Recommendation of physical therapy
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Alexis Cargle final presentation

  1. 1. Treatment of ACL Injuries Alexis Cargle
  2. 2. Introduction 50% ACL injuries Why I wanted to research ACL injuries
  3. 3. Topic & Research Research topic relating to treatment 10% permanent knee instability
  4. 4. Product Medical chart of a theoretical patient Interested in physical therapy Observation Printed and created doctor’s charts
  5. 5. Types of TreatmentTT Patellar Tendon Graft Medications Strengthening exercises ROM exercises
  6. 6. Facilitator Dr. Burt Stevens Recommendation of Dr. Stevens Observation of treatments
  7. 7. Observation
  8. 8. Challenges Time of observation Professionalism
  9. 9. Reflection More capable Procrastination Career Options
  10. 10. Conclusion Different types of treatment for different types of injuries Recommendation of physical therapy
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