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Published on Jul 26, 2011
Whether you're an elite athlete or a weekend warrior, a common sports injury is tearing the anterior cruciate ligament. The ACL is a ligament critical for knee stability.
This episode of UNDHealth.org discusses knee injury prevention, diagnosis of a torn ACL, and rehabilitation.
The Department of Sports Medicine at The University of North Dakota uses a team approach, where students of the program and student-athletes have access to top facilities and experts in the field. Experts in this episode include Mark Poolman, assistant athletic trainer and men's hockey strength coach at Ralph Engelstad Arena; Dr. Bill Mann from Altru Clinic-Family Medicine, medical director, athletic training degree program; and Steve Westereng, director of UND's Department of Sports Medicine.
UNDHealth.org aims to inform, educate and engage the people of North Dakota on health care issues. Covering common ailments like allergies and more complex issues like skin cancer, UNDHealth.org will keep you up to date.