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Evidence Based Management and Healing of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Rupture

Evidence Based Management and Healing of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Rupture

Evidence Based Management and Healing of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Rupture

May 29, 2023 - 18:00 (EDT)
1 hour

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Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury can have devastating long-term impacts for young, active individuals. In most countries, management of ACL injury does not reflect evidence-based recommendations.

Misconceptions about surgical and non-surgical management options persist and misinformation prevents patients from making informed treatment decisions.

Evidence suggests a ruptured ACL can heal without surgery and this may be associated with better patient-reported outcomes.



  1. Provide an overview of current evidence and debunk common misconceptions about ACL injury management options.
  2. Present the latest evidence on healing of ACL rupture and the association between ACL healing and patient outcomes
  3. Provide a comparison of ACL injury outcomes following management with ACL reconstruction compared to non-surgical rehabilitation
  4. Provide clinicians with knowledge to inform patients about ACL injury management options to improve management decisions.



  • Free for Orthopaedic Division Members (you must authenticate your CPA membership in order to see the CPA pricing tier)
  • $10 for CPA members (you must authenticate your CPA membership in order to see the CPA pricing tier)
  • $20 for Non-CPA Members


Webinar Details:

  • Date: May 29, 2023
  • Time: 6:00 pm EST
  • Speaker: Dr. Steph Filbay


Speaker Bio: 

Dr Filbay is a physiotherapist, NHMRC Emerging Leader Fellow, Dame Kate Campbell Fellow and Senior Research Associate in the Department of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne.

Dr Filbay leads a team aiming to improve outcomes for people with ACL injury across the lifespan. Her team are developing and evaluating non-surgical strategies to facilitate healing of ACL rupture, creating a patient decision aid and training resources to educate clinicians and inform patients about evidence-based ACL injury management options, and developing a novel intervention to improve quality of life and health outcomes for people who develop osteoarthritis after ACL injury. She has presented her research over 80 times to a variety of stakeholders, chairs and serves on national and international committees, has supervised 30 individuals at various career stages and received numerous awards, scholarships, and grants for her research.

She was recently awarded an NHMRC Investigator Grant to fund five years of research aimed at improving outcomes for people with ACL injury and post-traumatic knee osteoarthritis.

Follow her research updates on Twitter: @stephfilbay


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