Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries are the largest single problem in orthopaedic sports medicine. The ACL provides almost 90% of the stability to the knee joint.
Here are 7 of the biggest questions that people ask:
- Why should I have ACL Surgery?
- What are the risks of an ACL reconstruction?
- Will I be able to return to sport after an ACL reconstruction?
- How soon after surgery will I be able to drive my car?
- What are the chances of my ACL reconstruction failing?
- How much will ACL surgery cost me?
- What kind of scars will I have after ACL Surgery?
It is essential to find out as much as you can about the ACL reconstruction process and rehabilitation before you commit yourself to surgery. Perhaps you have already had an ACL reconstruction and are struggling through your recovery.
Here's a snapshot what you'll get in The Essential ACL Reconstruction and Recovery Guide:
- ACL Basics and Definitions
- Ways to Tear Your ACL
- Who You Should See about Your ACL Tear or Knee Injury
- Symptoms of a Torn ACL
- ACL Surgery Options
- Case Study: The What, Why and How of ACL Surgery and Recovery
- ACL Reconstruction Statistics and Facts
- Why Have an ACL Reconstruction?
- Preparing for an ACL Reconstruction
- Just Before the ACL Reconstruction
- Reconstruction Day!
- Photos of the Knee After an ACL Reconstruction
- ACL Reconstruction - The Road to Recovery
- Program of Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Exercises
- ACL Reconstructions and Arthritis
- Knee Clicking and Pain - Reasons and Remedies
- ACL Surgery and Screws in Your Knee
- Cost of an ACL Reconstruction
- ACL Surgery Potential Complications
- ACL Surgery in Youth and Kids
- Where to get more Medical Information and Explanations
- Knee Reconstruction vs. Knee Replacement
- Frequently Asked Questions about ACL Reconstructions