Study on Predictors for Individual Rehabilitation
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A crucial aspect of the studies revolves around medical efficacy. Comparative investigations of interventions within specific areas of indication are carried out to assess the effectiveness of the presented methods.
These studies examined clinical endpoints when utilizing the Orthelligent System in specific indications compared to other rehabilitation methods.
Functional outcomes after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: unravelling the role of time between injury and surgery, time since reconstruction, age, gender, pain, graft type, and concomitant injuries
Daniel Niederer3, Michael Behringer3, Thomas Stein3
In this study, data from the Orthelligent Registry of 1,441 individuals who underwent anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction were analyzed. The focus was on changes in specific parameters during rehabilitation, including patient characteristics, time between injury and reconstruction, and results of functional tests. The objective was to identify predictors for functional outcomes post-reconstruction. These findings serve as a basis for function-based, individualized rehabilitation and strategies for returning to sports.