medi webinar: The Cross Bracing Protocol with Dr Tom Cross.

View this two-part recording to update your clinical knowledge and learn practical tips for healing the ACL, using the novel “Cross Bracing Protocol”. 

In the first part of the presentation, Dr Cross explains the Cross Bracing Protocol and which patients are most suitable. Dr Cross shares many lessons learned over the ten years of the Protocol development, as well as tips and tricks from his own experiences, and those of his physiotherapy team, not to mention the hundreds of patients who have successfully navigated the non-surgical healing of their ACLs.

The second part of the presentation is a practical and interactive Q&A session with Alex Carver, MD of medi Australia and former physiotherapist. Through a candid conversation, answers to some of the most common questions about the Cross Bracing Protocol are addressed, along with thought provoking insights into the future of ACL healing.

This webinar was recorded on 31 May 2024, and has been viewed by hundreds of clinicians engaged with ACL injuries around the world.

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WELCOME TO HEAL ACL. A COUPLE OF THINGS TO NOTE...

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