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Access: 12 months

Extensive review and synthesis of the best Surgical Versus Non-surgical ACL tear management literature. 

In completing this course, you will gain confidence in the theoretical understanding as to why we need a cultural shift on how we interpret and manage ACL injuries - towards non-surgical as best first practice! 


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Course content:

    1. History of ACL Interventions

    2. Review of Evidence for Surgical vs Non-Surgical Interventions

    3. Copers vs Non-Copers

    4. Long-Term Outcomes

    5. Paediatric ACL Injuries

    6. ACL Injuries in Elite Athletes

    7. KANON Trial - Highest Quality Data

    8. 10 Common ACL Beliefs Challenged by Evidence

    9. + MORE!

About this course

  • $50.00
  • Coupon Code: NZ20
  • Learning time: 1 hour
  • Suitable for all levels.


  • Video presentations

  • Reference articles

  • CPD certificate (1 hr)


Instructor Dr Kieran Richardson

Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy), Master of Clinical Physiotherapy, Fellow at the Australian College of Physiotherapists

Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Director – Global Specialist Physiotherapy

Dr. Kieran Richardson is a Specialist Physiotherapist and the Director of Global Specialist Physiotherapy, a consultancy company of academics and expert clinicians who provide Formal Mentoring, Professional Development and Second Opinion.

He has a special interest in Non-surgical Management of ACL injuries, having overseen 100’s of successful cases, including confirmed healed full thickness tears on repeat MRI. He has lectured at state and national conferences on this topic, runs live online presentations to clinicians, practices and large clinic groups, and second opinions for patients and clinicians wanting an expert non-surgical review. He also has a series of online ACL theory and practical workshops and tutorials for health care professionals.