ACL reconstruction surgery and Failed ACL reconstruction surgery. Non-surgical treatment options

The problems of ACL reconstruction surgery are many. For some people, his/her doctor may recommend a non-surgical treatment. These nonsurgical treatments may include physical therapy and exercise programs to strengthen the knee and restore function. However without an ACL, there will be instability. As part of the non-surgical treatment, the physical therapist may focus on …

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The problem of a slightly loose graft after ACL reconstruction

We see many patients following an ACL reconstruction surgery who continue to feel a “certain weakness” or a “looseness” in their knee they were not expecting following the surgery and the extensive rehab program they had gone through. Prior to the ACL surgery, most were made aware that there was a chance the graft would …

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ACL reconstruction surgery and Failed ACL reconstruction surgery. Non-surgical treatment options

The problems of ACL reconstruction surgery are many. So much so that surgeons are now exploring new surgical options. In the medical journal Knee doctors discuss the resurgence of interest in primary anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repair.(1) This is a surgery that will attempt to fix the remnant or remaining ACL with what is left behind. …

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