What information do you take away from reading a single article other than the main findings?
I like to see which outcome measures were used since there seems to be so much variability throughout the medical field. In this study they used the LEFS which seems to be a very popular scale. They also use the SportCord test which I actually had not heard of before this article (google was not much help to find more information about it, but they do describe the test in the article).
The patient had a Hamstring Repair using an Achilles Tendon Allograft. The article describes a new protocol that is criterion based and considers the basic tissue-healing process. They also add early loading to prevent secondary atrophy. The patient ended up having 25 sessions over 7 months to reach all goals. Despite her great outcomes she chose not to return to softball. The authors emphasized proximal control and lumbopelvic stabilization exercises which was lacking in the literature previously. They mention neuromusuclar control often which is a fairly subjective concept but a critical one that is beginning to be emphasized more often in the literature more recently.
Despite the "low level evidence" this provides it is a very useful article to have in the utility belt as a clinician.