ACL Preservation is a new and exciting advancement for treating ACL injuries. Three factors supporting this treatment are the advances we’re seeing in diagnostic imaging, the precision and advancements of all-arthroscopic technology, as well as the rehabilitation approaches after the actual procedure itself. In the past, if there were a small tear of the ACL, the entire tissue was removed and replaced. Despite the fact that the majority of the tissue was perfectly fine, it was being removed…and that’s tragic. It’s not what most orthopedic surgeons would consider ideal but they didn’t have a better option. This is especially important since the ACL is responsible for stability in your knee joint.
Thankfully, as the term suggests, ACL Preservation allows you to “Preserve” your ACL tissue and do so with faster recovery times, less pain, and ultimately providing a more natural feeling in your knee.
If you want a quick overview of ACL Preservation and why it’s the preferred option for your ACL injury, have a look at the infographic below.
ACL Preservation allows you to keep your own ACL tissue with less invasive surgery than the traditional reconstruction and great results.
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