Objective To explore the knee joint function and relative factors of patients with postoperative knee anterior cruciate ligament injury. Methods A total of 70 patients, who acquired knee anterior cruciate ligament injury and treated by an ACL reconstruction, were selected in our joint injury outpatient reviewed as sample. Self-designed questionnaire was utilized to investigate patients′ rehabilitation training and knee joint range of motion （ ROM ） , and the Chinese general self-efficacy scale （ GSES ） was investigated the patient′s self-efficacy. A total of 70 questionnaires distributed and collected, but 67 of them were effective. Results In 67 patients, the average score of rehabilitation training was （3. 05 ± 0. 51） points, average score of ROM （3. 35 ± 0. 76）, and average score of GSES （2. 90 ± 0. 45） points. Rehabilitation training was positively correlated with general self-efficacy and ROM （P〈0. 05）. Conclusions The patients with knee anterior cruciate ligament injury should undergo corresponding measures, which is a important significance to promote the recovery of knee joint function.
Anterior cruciate ligament
Knee joint range of motion