Do you really need ACL reconstruction surgery?

While in many cases a torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament will require a complete ACL reconstruction to repair the graft, there are also some instances where an individual may have the option to attempt non-surgical rehabilitation instead of inserting a new ACL graft as their best way forward. The decision to not have a torn ACL surgically repaired should be assessed in consideration of all the facts...
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Psychological Barriers Impacting ACL Rehabilitation

In this article we provide a detailed narrative of an interview with Julian Feller, one of the world’s leading orthopaedic surgeons based in Melbourne, Australia. In the interview Julian Feller discusses the psychological impact of an ACL injury and the associated adverse impacts on ACL rehabilitation.   Professor Julian Feller on psychological barriers impacting ACL rehabilitation Julian also talks about the failure rates of using LARS as an ACL surgery option.  ACL reconstructions are a very predictable procedure and success rates
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