Today I’m sharing a story from Caroline Silver, who had an ACL tear and a meniscus tear. This injury happened while skiing and I got her back to sport quickly.
I thought this study was interesting. Partly because I have never heard of the Lever Sign but more importantly it points out how hard it is to diagnose an ACL tear if you aren’t specially trained in Sports Medicine.
The 40 year plus search for the best way to reconstruct the ACL continues as new studies show that quadriceps grafts are no better than the alternatives. I was just down in New Orleans at the Arthroscopy Association of North America and I listened to the paper. Using the Kaiser Medical database, which has a […]
Congratulations to Kyle Kunze for publishing this important paper. This systematic review looked at the ACL surgery, specifically which tendon is harvested to reconstruct the ligament.
For young adults, lower patellofemoral joint (PFJ) loading is associated with an increased likelihood of early PFJ osteoarthritis at one year after ACL reconstruct
This article about an assistant soccer coach at Acton-Boxborough High School in Massachusetts caught my attention because this is where I grew up.
Learn about the techniques that hopefully prevent a retear of the ACL after surgery and the rehabilitation process after undergoing an ACL reconstruction.
Anterior knee pain following hamstring ACL reconstruction is a very timely topic. We have been debating graft choice for ACL reconstruction for decades.