Recovering from ACL reconstruction is complex. Research tells us approximately 1 in 5 people will suffer a second ACL tear.
Having a physical therapist that specializes in ACL rehabilitation is equally as important as a surgeon who specializes in ACL surgery.
Providing the HIGHEST level of ACL rehabilitation in the Essex and Morris County Areas.
Discover how to reclaim your sport, get back to the activities and life you’ve imagined, and feel better than you ever thought possible.
Standard PT model
PT is a generalist
PT Specializes in ACL and Sports Rehab
Small facility with minimal equipment
Facility Designed Specifically for Athletes
Unable to fully return to sports
Confidently Return to Sports 100%
Only 20 minutes directly with a PT
Every Session is 60 minutes Directly With Your PT
Double or triple booked with other patients
Always 1-on-1 patient care
Treatment performed by aides, techs or assistants
All treatment done by Doctor of PT
Drawn out, time consuming treatment plans
Better outcomes. Faster results
Providing the Highest Level of ACL Rehabilitation
We have extensive experience treating ACL patients in its entirety as the majority of my patients are athletes recovering from ACL reconstruction.
We have a comprehensive understanding of the rehabilitation process. I have read significant research on ACL rehabilitation which greatly improves outcomes and decreases the risk of suffering a second ACL tear.
Our facility is designed specifically for athletes, offering the proper equipment and turf space athletes need in their recovery. Find out more information below.
Hour-long one-on-one appointments working directly with me the entire session.
We have suffered two ACL tears and understand the physical, emotional and psychological side of recovery. The emotional and psychological side is often under emphasized, and my own experience allows me to better relate to my ACL patients during this challenging time.
Our priority is to get every ACL patient back in the game at 100%.
We guarantee this will be the highest level of ACL rehabilitation you experience.
Well-Equipped Rehab Facility for ACL Rehabilitation
Most physical therapy clinics provide post-operative care that is limited due to small treatment space and inadequate equipment. My rehabilitation facility has the open space and proper equipment for recovering athletes. This allows me to challenge my athletes, appropriately strengthen them, and gradually reintroduce sport-specific task such as, cutting, jumping and landing. Regaining confidence is a huge component of recovery and having the proper space to safely perform sport specific movements is pivotal.
Our facility includes:
25 yards of open turf field
Extensive weight equipment
Rowers & Assault Bikes
The risk of suffering a second ACL injury following ACL reconstruction is alarmingly high. Studies show that the rate of encountering a second ACL injury can range from 14.1 – 29.5%.(1) (2) (3)
Returning to sports too early increases the likelihood of suffering a second ACL injury. Research shows that athletes should not return to sports until at least 9 months after an ACL surgery. (4)
Athletes who successfully complete return-to-sport testing are 35% less likely to suffer a second injury compared to those who do not successfully complete the testing. (4)
Reducing limb imbalances, primarily before returning to sports is imperative for maximizing performance and reducing the risk of secondary ACL injury. (5)
Paterno MV, Rauh MJ, Schmitt LC, Ford KR, Hewett TE. Incidence of Second ACL Injuries 2 Years After Primary ACL Reconstruction and Return to Sport. AM J Sports Med. 2014 Jul:42(7):1563-73.
Grindem H, Snyder-Mackler L, Moksnes H, Engebretsen L, Risberg M. Simple decision rules can reduce reinjury risk by 84% after ACL reconstruction: the Deleware-Oslo ACL cohort study. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2016 May.
Hewitt T, Di Stasi S, Myer G. Current Concepts for Injury Prevention in Athletes After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. Am J Sports Med. 2013 Jan: 41(1): 216-224Sources:
Hettrich C, Dunn W, Reinke E, MOON Group, Spindler K. The Rate of Subsequent Surgery and Predictors Following ACL Reconstruction: Two- and Six-year Follow-up from a Multicenter Cohort. Am J Sports Med. 2013 Jul:41(7):1534-1540.
Wiggins AJ,Grandhi RK, Schneider DK, Stanfiel D, Webster KE, Myer GD. Risk of Secondary Injury in Younger Athletes After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Am J Sports Med. 2016 Jul:44(7):1861-76.