Non-surgical Treatment of ACL Injuries Research

Below is a collection of research papers related to non surgical treatment of ACL injuries. These include papers that pre-date the development of the Cross Bracing Protocol. If you have a relevant research or publication that you think should be listed below, please contact us to share.

Orthopaedic Research Society: Overview of the Cross Bracing Protocol Research

Dr Tom Cross
The poster presentation, documented the observations made by Dr Tom Cross over the past ten years, that point to the healing potential of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament in selected cases. Also highlighted were the areas where further study is warranted to
January 18, 2024

BJSM Research Paper: Healing of acute anterior cruciate ligament rupture on MRI and outcomes following non- surgical management with the Cross Bracing Protocol

Stephanie R Filbay, Jane Rooney, Greg Roger, Mervyn Cross, Tom Cross et al
Investigate MRI evidence of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) healing, patient- reported outcomes and knee laxity in patients with acute ACL rupture managed non- surgically with the Cross Bracing Protocol (CBP).
April 18, 2023


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