Anterior cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

The anterior cruciate ligament is the smallest of the four main ligaments in the knee. Despite its size, it is the most important of the four in keeping your leg stable when you twist your body. It connects the thighbone (femur) to the largest shinbone (tibia) at the center of your knee.

Without the anterior cruciate ligament, your knee would wobble and move around when you twist your body. When the shinbone and thighbone rotate too far in opposite directions – or when the knee is bent in the wrong direction – the anterior cruciate ligament can be torn or sprained.

Often when the anterior cruciate ligament tears, you will have damage to other ligaments – most often the medial collateral ligament, or the cartilage of the knee.

Microfracture / Other Chondral Treatments

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High Tibial Osteotomy

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Meniscal Repair

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Collateral Ligament Surgery

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Total Knee Replacement / Partial Knee Replacement

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Meniscectomy / Ortho Surgery

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Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction (Patella Instability)

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Knee Injections

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