The Treatment Protocol

The Cross Protocols are a way of assessing, treating and maintaining ACL injuries

They consist of a new approach to assessing ACL injuries, which worsening the injury during the assessment, and a systematic treatment process, that is applied if the assessment determines surgery should not be the first course of action 

Underpinned by years of research

If you have just hurt yourself... follow these steps

1. Do not straighten your leg much
2. Don't let someone pull on your knee
3. Ice the back of it

Then use this site to find someone who knows what they are doing.

What is the Cross Bracing protocol

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Physical Examination methods explained

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Is the CBP for me?

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Is the CBP going to help me?

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