Anatomy of an Injury: ACL Injuries

by Stephanie Marango, MD, RYT |   Date Released : 14 Dec 2016
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Stephanie Marango, MD, RYT

About the author: Stephanie Marango, MD, RYT

Stephanie P. Marango, MD, RYT is a holistic physician and registered yoga teacher. She is the founder of the Sacred Body Institute, which offers holistic medical & educational services based in New York City. In addition to her private practice, Dr. Stephanie also serves as a functional anatomy expert as: co-Director of the international Functional Anatomy for Movement & Injuries (FAMI) Workshop; lead author of the FAMI iPad app series; founder of living anatome (medical school curriculum taught internationally); and, yoga teacher trainer for studios throughout New York City. In the public arena, she is referenced for her expertise in popular magazines like Fitness, serves as a peer reviewer for the International Journal of Yoga Therapy, published researched featured on the cover of Anatomical Sciences Education, and is a guest contributor & lecturer to publications & audiences nationwide. She is also the author of The Wisdom Of Your Body: What It Is & How To Decipher It, and is currently working on her second book, to be published in 2015 by Beyond Words.

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James, Richard | 15 Dec 2016, 17:02 PM

Thanks for exposing the personal training community to this valuable information. I have been the strength coach for both men and women Brooklyn blackbird Basketball team for the past 10 years in that time we got 1 all on the men's team and 3 on the women's team. I LOVE THIS

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Campbell, Antonio | 03 Jan 2015, 23:46 PM

I really enjoyed this article. Thank you!!!

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Chase, Kimberly | 22 Oct 2014, 11:35 AM

If we are talking "corrective" exercises for ACL injuries: before a person can run, they need to walk. Before they stand, they can lay down and do valuable stabilization exercises. LPHC Strength is as important as stabilization. Glute strengthening and stabilization would be a main focus! These exercises would be great once a person has shown the ability to do lying glute bridges, hamstring ball rolls, quad lifts.

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