Recovering from ACL Injuries in Saint Peters, MO

ACL Injuries Running St. Louis, Creve Coeur, Ellisville, Saint Peters, Saint Charles & O’Fallon, MO

If you have an ACL injury in Saint Peters, MO, then Excel Sports and Physical Therapy has all the help you need to get back into action as quickly as possible. Our team is dedicated to assisting you with your recovery efforts, and our state-of-the-art facility is conveniently located close to Barnes Jewish Saint Peters Hospital. Find out how we may be able to assist you with speeding up your recovery time from an ACL injury.

Turn to Excel Sports and Physical Therapy for help with your ACL injuries

ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) injuries are one of the most common injuries seen by doctors of sports medicine, athletic trainers and physical therapists. The ACL is one of only two ligaments that attach the thigh bone to the shin bone. Because of the importance of this ligament, more than 400,000 people must have ACL repair surgery in the United States in any given year.

ACL surgery can be an extensive procedure, and often requires a long recovery process. After your surgery is over, there are steps that you can take to help increase your rate of healing. One of these steps is to find a great team of physical therapists to assist you with your recovery efforts.

This is where the physical therapy team at Excel Sports and Physical Therapy comes in. We have years of experience assisting people like you with their ACL injuries and post-surgical recovery. Our ACL recovery plans typically include:

  • Advanced strengthening exercises
  • Techniques to teach the nerves and muscles to work together again
  • Quick, powerful exercises to gain strength (plyometrics)
  • Aquatic therapy to help restore mobility

With features such as these in our ACL recovery plan, our team at Excel Sports and Physical Therapy can assist you with your recovery needs. Visit us at 4800 Mexico Rd., Suite 104 in Saint Peters, MO or call us for more information about your ACL injury recovery plans today.