Unweighted running to detect proprioceptive impairments in ACL repaired knees


Amongst reduced gravity simulators, the lower body positive pressure treadmill is emerging as an innovative tool for both rehabilitation and fundamental research purposes as it allows running while experiencing reduced vertical ground reaction forces. While injuries and repairs to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) lead to functional deficits in the form of diminished proprioception of the knee joint, unweighted running may thus help in the rehabilitation process in ACL injured and repaired patients.

1 MAR 2017
Wed. 6.30p.m.

LUNEX University
50, avenue du Parc des Sports
L-4671 Differdange


Prof. Jan Cabri, Professor and Dean of the Faculty of

Health Sciences, Lunex International University