ACL Surgery

ACL surgery is used to repair a torn ACL by removing the torn ACL and replacing it with a healthy ligament from another part of your knee or from a donor. Not all injuries to the ACL require surgical reconstruction.

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Knee Arthrodesis

Knee arthrodesis is a fusion surgery where your doctor connects your thigh bone to your shin bone. This surgery was performed a lot more often in the past. With the development of artificial knee joints, arthrodesis is often a last option if an artificial joint can't work.

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Arthroscopic Debridement of the Knee

Arthroscopic debridement of the knee is a surgical procedure that removes the broken down bits of cartilage and tissues in the knee to help reduce pain and improve movement.

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Knee and Leg Casts

Knee and leg casts are rigid covers that keep your knee and lower leg still. Your doctor uses this treatment when you break a bone or injure a joint.

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Knee & Leg Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation

Physical therapy helps strengthen a weak knee or leg so it can heal. The exercises help strengthen your knee or leg so you can get back to your activities. These exercises are part of your rehabilitation program — a set of treatments that can help your leg or knee return to normal functioning.

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Knee & Leg Splints & Braces

There are knee and leg braces and leg splints. Braces come in many different forms. They can be sleeves that fit tightly to compress the area to keep it still. They can be made from fiberglass or plastic for extra stability.

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Osteotomy of the Knee

Osteotomy, also known as realignment surgery, is the surgical repair of a broken or dislocated bone.During surgical realignment, the doctor cuts the end of one of your knee or leg bones into a wedge shape. They then fit this wedge shape over the other bone in the joint or where the bones are broken.

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Knee Replacement

If you undergo knee arthroplasty, you've had a partial or total knee replacement. During this operation, doctors remove damaged cartilage and bone in your knee and replace it with a metal implant to rebuild the joint.

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Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL) Surgery

Lateral collateral ligament (LCL) surgery is an operation where doctors remove a damaged LCL and rebuild it. They usually use a graft to reconstruct the LCL.

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Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) Surgery

The medial collateral ligament (MCL) can stretch or tear due to stressful activities. That means it needs to heal, sometimes with surgical reconstruction, for your knee to function.

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Meniscus Surgery

Meniscus surgery, also called a meniscectomy, is the surgical removal of meniscus from the knee joint. The meniscus is strong tissue called cartilage located in your knee. It cushions the area between your thigh bone and shin bone.

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Patellofemoral Release Surgery

Patellofemoral pain syndrome happens when the tissues attached to your kneecap are too tight. They can pull your kneecap out of place. Patellofemoral release surgery is a procedure that loosens these tight tissues and lets your kneecap move back into place. Patellofemoral release surgery is often a last resort.

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Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Surgery

During a surgical posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) reconstruction, your doctor removes the torn ligament. They reconstruct it with tissue taken from another part of your body or from a human donor.

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