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How Do Individuals Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Load Their Limbs Outside The Laboratory?

Conclusion While average loading differences between limbs were observed, individual data suggest that some individuals 111 days post ACLr preferentially underloaded the surgical limb during bilateral squat and daily activities while others do not. Positive relationship between LSIlab and LSIday suggests that those who underload the surgical limb throughout the day also underload during a task that would be considered submaximal at this time post ACLr (squat). The loading strategy observed in the laboratory is reflected in individuals’ daily loading behaviors. 

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