Training HAUS Testing for Return to Athletic Competition (TRAC) for Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Program is designed for athletes recovering from ACL injuries. Each athlete will work with our Training HAUS sports specialists to design and optimize individual rehabilitation plans utilizing research-grade biomechanical testing data. Learn more »
Beginning as early as 3 months post-surgery, athletes undergo a comprehensive, 60-minute testing session in our revolutionary Training HAUS Sports Science Lab. Using the latest force plate, motion capture, pressure treadmill, and dynamometry technologies, sports scientists analyze a multitude of variables including: isometric quadriceps strength, force production strategies, gait mechanics, and single leg movement patterns.
Biomechanical test data helps streamline a comprehensive rehabilitation program customized for each athlete’s individual needs. Training HAUS sports scientists collaborate with care teams to optimize the treatment plan. Depending on the athlete and injury, our team works alongside surgeons, physicians, physical therapists, athletic trainers, personal trainers, and strength coaches.
We are laser-focused on one goal – preparing athletes physically and mentally to return to competition.
Athletes recovering from ACL injuries with the goal of returning to sport
Sign-up as an individual – programs are not sport specific and welcomes all athletes
Questions about our TRAC ACL – Return to Sport program?
Call 952-456-7650 or click the Question/Comments box below.