Identifying individuals with an anterior cruciate ligament deficient knee as copers and non-copers: a narrative literature review

Yonatan Kaplan
Introduction: ACL rupture may result in increased tibiofemoral laxity and impaired neuromuscular function, which ultimately may lead to knee instability and dysfunction. Individuals who opt to choose surgery, due to these changes, may be defined as "non-copers". Conversely, "copers"[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]