ACL reconstruction (ACLr) has been found to restore the functionality and mobility of those afflicted with ACL tears. In the process of this restoration, previous work has shown alterations in the activity of the musculature surrounding the reconstructed knee [1]. Specifically, at 5 months post-op, the gastrocnemius, vastus lateralis, and rectus femoris demonstrate significantly different activation patterns. These differences raise the question if the reconstructed leg is the only limb affected by ACLr.

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