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OSU Sports Medicine Corner

OSU Sports Medicine Corner

 

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears occur in tens of thousands of athletes every year. It commonly occurs in sports involving cutting and jumping, including lacrosse. This type of injury is typically non-contact, when the athlete is twisting, decelerating or jumping. OSU Sports Medicine’s P4 ACLTM Preventive Sports Medicine Program can help limit these injuries and keep athletes healthy and on the playing field.

The P4 ACLTM Preventive Sports Medicine Program uses evidence-based training techniques to work on jumping mechanics and proprioception as well as strength, speed and agility training to target and address each athlete’s deficiencies. Our program was developed based on extensive research that identified certain movement patterns associated with ACL injury risk. 

05/04 5:00PM EST @ Outlaws (L)  14 - 12 Recap
05/10 7:00PM EST @ Launch (L)  10 - 9 Recap
05/17 8:00PM EST vs Lizards (L)  9 - 11 Recap
05/31 7:00PM EST @ Bayhawks (W)  11 - 15 Recap
06/06 8:00PM EST vs Cannons (L)  16 - 17 Recap
06/14 5:30PM EST vs Rattlers (W)  18 - 13 Recap
06/21 8:00PM EST @ Cannons (L)  17 - 16 Recap
06/28 7:00PM EST @ Lizards (L)  19 - 13 Recap
07/04 4:00PM EST vs Bayhawks (W)  16 - 14 Recap
07/19 7:00PM EST vs Hounds (W)  13 - 12 Recap
07/26 4:30PM EST vs Outlaws (W)  23 - 22 Recap
08/02 7:00PM EST @ Rattlers (W)  15 - 17 Recap
08/09 7:00PM EST vs Launch (W)  14 - 10 Recap
08/16 3:00PM EST @ Rattlers (L)  15 - 11 Recap
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