Sportphysio 2023; 11(05): 255-265
DOI: 10.1055/a-2160-9119

Bedeutung der Neuroplastizitätin der Rehabilitation nach VKB-Ruptur

Florian Giesche
Alli Gokeler
Winfried Banzer

Ein Grund für die hohe Rate von Wiederverletzungen nach einer Ruptur des vorderen Kreuzbandes sind vermutlich auch neuroplastische Anpassungen. Mit geeigneten Übungen kann es gelingen, die afferente und efferente Neuroplastizität positiv zu beeinflussen.

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