Professor Maeda and his team from Hiroshima University published an important article:

They concluded that the presence of strength and symmetry deficits in the vastus medialis and biceps femoris suggest the need for long-term post-operative training following ACL reconstruction. There are relevant clinical improvements of muscle response and velocity as well as muscle strength in patients with chronic ACLR.

We believe this investigation is another good example that tensiomyography can selectively quantify muscle function and muscle asymmetry, which is relevant when it comes to identifying potential joint injuries.

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