What’s New with ACL Injuries? (N21-3)


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What’s New with ACL Injuries? –  Lessons within this Course:

Welcome Message: Alexander Vaccaro, MD, PhD, MBA, President, Rothman Orthopaedic Institute


Lesson 1: 2021 Update on ACL Injuries and Reconstruction techniques

Faculty Member: Meghan Bishop, MD

Dr. Bishop is a fellowship-trained, board certified orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in sports related injuries of the knee, shoulder and elbow. After graduating top of her class at George Washington University Medical School, she completed her residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA.  She then completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, NY.  During her fellowship, Dr. Bishop served as one of the team physicians for the New York Knicks and Iona College.  She currently serves as head team physician of the New York Empire American Ultimate Disc League Team and as orthopaedic medical director for the Philadelphia Marathon.

Dr. Bishop treats patients at Rothman Orthopaedics locations in Northern New Jersey, New York City, Westchester County & CT. Review Dr. Bishop’s’ full biography, please click here.


Lesson 2: ACL Rehab: Where are we now and what are we missing

Faculty Member: Sarah Lloyd, PT, DPT

Sarah Lloyd earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Columbia University after earning her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Princeton University. During her time at CUMC, Sarah was the physical therapy coordinator for the Columbia Student Medical Outreach (CoSMO) clinic and managed physical therapy care for the uninsured population of Washington Heights, NY.


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Learning Objectives

● Understand the different graft options for ACL reconstruction
● Medal Portal vs. Transtibial Technique: Does it Matter?
● Understand the basic causes of failure of ACL reconstruction
● Primary and secondary reconstruction options for the athlete
● Identify and define the “Base position” to increase optimal performance on and off the field
● Design a strength-training program with core lifts to enhance movement skills that correlates to stronger athletes on the field.


– Injury and Illness Prevention and Wellness Promotion
– Healthcare Administration and Professional Responsibility

Target Audience


CE for Athletic Trainers

1.0 Category A CEU’s for Athletic Trainers
All others receive a certificate of attendance

Program Type

Virtual, Asynchronous

Difficulty Level


Cancellation Policy

Once you purchase the course, you may not cancel. If you have circumstances that need to be reviewed, please let us know and we will try to accommodate you.


ebpCENTRAL (BOC AP#10138) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a maximum of 1.0 Category A CEUs. ATs should claim only those hours spent in the educational program.


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