Florian Forelli

Ph.D, PT, ATC.

Physiotherapist

Orthopaedics

France
/ English, French
Florian Forelli, a leading figure in sports physical therapy, heads the Sport Physical Therapy at Orthosport Rehab Center. Renowned for his expertise in ACL rehabilitation, he lectures extensively across Europe and North Africa, boasting over 70 published articles. Trusted by elite sports clubs globally, Florian specializes in knee injury prevention and athlete return-to-play protocols.

Biography

Florian FORELLI is a sport physical therapist and he is an expert in anterior cruciate ligament rehabilitation. He is currently Head of Sport Physical Therapy and Development Department at Orthosport Rehab Center and Head of Education and Research Department at Clinic of Domont. Florian FORELLI is a lecturer in many physical therapy schools and universities. He makes many workshops in France, Europe and North Africa about anterior cruciate ligament rehabilitation. He has published more 70 articles and is a frequent speaker in many international congress (WCPT, WCSPT, IOC, APTA, IsoK, ECOSEP, ect…). Also, Florian FORELLI collaborates with several sports clubs (France, Germany, Italy, England, USA, Qatar, etc…) and athletes for knee injury prevention and return to play.


University studies :

  1. Master degree in Education Sciences (Université Paul VALERY Montpellier, 2014) ;
  2. Doctorate in Education (European University of the Atlantic (UNEATLANTICO))

Career highlights :

  1. Forelli, F., Riera, J., Mazeas, J., Coulondre, C., Putnis, S., Neri, T., & Rambaud, A. (2023). Ligament Healing After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Rupture: An Important New Patient Pathway?International journal of sports physical therapy18(5), 1032–1035. https://doi.org/10.26603/001c.88250
  2. Forelli, F., Barbar, W., Kersante, G., Vandebrouck, A., Duffiet, P., Ratte, L., Hewett, T. E., & Rambaud, A. J. M. (2023). Evaluation of Muscle Strength and Graft Laxity With Early Open Kinetic Chain Exercise After ACL Reconstruction: A Cohort StudyOrthopaedic journal of sports medicine11(6), 23259671231177594. https://doi.org/10.1177/23259671231177594
  3. Forelli, F., Le Coroller, N., Gaspar, M., Memain, G., Kakavas, G., Miraglia, N., Marine, P., Maille, P., Hewett, T. E., & Rambaud, A. J. (2023). Ecological and Specific Evidence-Based Safe Return To Play After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction In Soccer Players: A New International ParadigmInternational journal of sports physical therapy18(2), 526–540. https://doi.org/10.26603/001c.73031
  4. Kakavas, G., Forelli, F., Malliaropoulos, N., Hewett, T. E., & Tsaklis, P. (2023). Periodization in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Rehabilitation: New Framework Versus Old Model? A Clinical Commentary. International journal of sports physical therapy18(2), 541–546. https://doi.org/10.26603/001c.73035
  5. Kakavas, G., Malliaropoulos, N. G., Forelli, F., Mazeas, J., Skarpas, G., & Maffuli, N. (2023). How Subtalar Kinematics Affects Knee Laxity in Soccer Players After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury?Cureus15(10), e47850. https://doi.org/10.7759/cureus.47850

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