Innovations in ACL Reconstruction

The main goal of Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) reconstruction is to provide a range of motion that allows patients to return to their sport. New ACL reconstruction techniques involve removing the torn ligament and building a new one, allowing for more stability. Dr. Robert Klitzman, Orthopedic Surgeon at Indiana University Health, discusses the advantages of this graft technique, as well as the importance of therapy during recovery.

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Innovations in ACL Reconstruction

The main goal of Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) reconstruction is to provide a range of motion that allows patients to return to their sport. New ACL reconstruction techniques involve removing the torn ligament and building a new one, allowing for more stability. Dr. Robert Klitzman, Orthopedic Surgeon at Indiana University Health, discusses the advantages of this graft technique, as well as the importance of therapy during recovery.

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