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Most athletes don't seek proper training techniques until it's too late. Recovering from an injury is a lot harder than preventing an injury. Our program of 36 exercises and stretches is meant to prevent ACL knee injuries. Our injury prevention program includes instant access to an instructional video and manual.

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Keep doing the things you love by preventing ACL injury!

A knee or ACL injury can take you away from the sports you love. Once a tear occurs, recovery from surgery is long, expensive, and painful. Our ACL and knee injury prevention therapy can eliminate the potential pain and misery associated with sports injuries.

Female athletes playing soccer face higher ACL injury risk

Every year 95,000 anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries occur. Female athletes between the ages of 15-24 are the most likely to be injured: 5-8 times more than males. Don’t become a statistic! Invest the time now to ensure you get to keep playing the sports you love!

If you’ve already had a knee injury, our programs can also be used as part of a long-term knee or ACL injury recovery program to reduce the risk of re-injury.

Recent Updates

  • Bench Busters is now integrated with Facebook Well, that was fun. We have gone ahead and synchronized Facebook with our website. From now on, any articles posted at Bench Busters will be automatically linked here. Any comments made here will then be auto-imported back to the website. Smile, you’re on camera!
  • Mariano Rivera Tears his ACL The Yankees suffered a tragic loss yesterday as another top-notch athlete went down with an ACL injury. Rivera’s intense dedication to his position may have been what caused his downfall. While it is admirable to devote yourself wholeheartedly to your position, it is a disservice to your athletic career to neglect general body conditioning. There’s ...
  • A Misguided Approach to Injury Prevention Reading through the news, this was the first time I’ve seen someone refer to an ACL tear as a “repetitive motion” injury, and I have to say I disagree. Repetitive motion injuries are usually caused by a wearing down of a joint or overuse of one or two particular muscles over time. Tennis Elbow is a ...

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*Always consult your doctor before engaging in any type of activity or exercise following a knee or ACL injury or surgery.