Abstract| Volume 97, ISSUE 10, e90, October 2016

Motor planning and Sensory Neuroplasticity after ACL Reconstruction

      To investigate the degree of unilateral sensory-motor brain activation during knee extension-flexion between those with knee ACL reconstruction (ACLR) and a healthy matched control group.
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