Presented by: Robert Panariello
Robert Panariello is a Founding Partner of both Professional Physical Therapy and the Professional Athletic Performance Center. Rob has more than 30 years of experience in the related fields of Sports Physical Therapy, Athletic Training, and the Performance Training of Athletes.
His experience includes the study of the Science of Strength and Conditioning of Weightlifters and various sport athletes in Bulgaria, the former Soviet Union, and former East Germany. He previously held the positions of Head Strength & Conditioning Coach at St. John’s University of New York (1986-1995), the World League of American Football NY/NJ Knights (1991), and the WUSA NY POWER Women’s Professional Soccer League (2001-2002). He continues to rehabilitate, athletic performance train, as well as serve as a consultant to many NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, Collegiate and University teams, coaches, and players.
Rob has more than 60 peer-reviewed Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Research, Sports Physical Therapy Research, and Strength & Conditioning Journal articles and Book Chapter publications. He has also presented his research at the International World Confederation of Physical Therapy in Washington, D.C. He is nationally renowned and lectures throughout the country on the related fields of Sports Physical Therapy and the Performance Training of Athletes.
Rob received the prestigious National Strength & Conditioning Association’s President’s Award in 1998 and was elected to the USA Strength & Conditioning Hall of Fame in 2003.
This 4-part presentation discusses the impact of ACL injuries in professional athletes with an emphasis on the hamstrings, return-to-play testing protocols, the physical qualities of rehabilitation and athletic performance.