Self-efficacy is an individual’s confidence on their
ability to perform a specific task and key internal
motivational process that can be affected by personal
and environmental variables and it influences
motivational outcomes of choices efforts and goals.
To find out the subject’s self- efficacy at grade 2(2
and 3 months) and grade 3(2 and 3 months) of ACL
injury and find out correlation the K-SES with the
subjective scales (physical activity, age and return to
Materials and Methods: -
25 subjects (16-35) of each grade 2 and grade 3 of
ACL injury (2 and 3 months) confirmed by MRI will
filled questionnaires form at 2 and 3 months from ACL
injury. Subjects completed six scales i.e., Marx scale,
KOOS scale, K-SES scale, Lysholm scale, Tegner scale
and ACL-RSI scale. Analyzed using IBM SPSS 19. T-test
was used. P-value <0.05 was considered significant.
Grade 2 and 3 of 2 and 3 months shows not
significant, shows only differences because of
psychosocial and psychological factors, correlation seen
self-efficacy on physical activity, return to sports and age
of grade 2 and 3 it not shows significant because of
coping strategies and quality of life, less time duration.
Self- efficacy, physical activity participation and
return to sport for an ACL injury in Indian male
athletes does not show significance because of internal
and external risk factors as observed in this study for
Indian male athletes. The differences show self-efficacy
in grade 2(2 and 3 months) and grade 3(2 and 3 months)
of ACL injury because of psychosocial, psychological
factors and environmental factors.
Keywords : Self-Efficacy, Physical Activity and ACL-Injury.