ACL COPER SCREENING

Following ACL injury it is important to identify clients who can succeed without surgery if that is their desire. 

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Patient Description

Gender

Injury Description

Method of Diagnosis
Number of Previous ACL Injuries
Nature of ACL Injury

Additional Injuries

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Recommendations

- This tool is not validated for ACL injuries that are not confirmed via MRI.

- This tool is not validated for repeated ACL injuries. 

- This tool is not validated for complex ACL injuries that include:

Based on the criteria selected we do not suggest that you continue with this tool, we recommend seeking an orthopaedic doctor's review. However, you may continue based on your clinical judgement.

- Grade III MCL or LCL

- Any grade of PCL injury

- A medial or lateral meniscus tear that indicates surgery

- Any fracture

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ARE THEY READY? - STATE OF THE AFFECTED KNEE

Is the Knee 'Quiet'?

ARE THEY READY? - STATE OF THE AFFECTED KNEE

Is the Knee 'Quiet'?

The knee is 'quiet', so it's suitable to continue onto the full assessment.

If all criteria above aren't fulfilled it's recommended that the ACL Coper Screening be delayed until all of the criteria are met. Continue rehab until and reassess once it has improved.

TIMED 6 METER HOP TEST

Unaffected Leg

Affected Leg

State of Affected Knee

Injury Description 

Gender
This tool is not validated for ACL injuries that are not confirmed via MRI. However, continue based on your clinical judgement: