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ACL Reconstruction – Risks, Rehabilitation and Return to Play

ACL reconstruction is one of the most common sports-related orthopaedic surgeries in the U.S. and is regularly advised for individuals who aim to return to unrestricted sports activity. Many of these athletes expect they will return to sports, without limitations, by the following competitive season….

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Non-Operative Management for Patients after ACL rupture

In the United States, the typical patient who ruptures his or her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) undergoes surgical reconstruction within a few weeks. However, there is more than a decade of data to suggest that this is not always the optimal or necessary course of…

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