There are two cruciate ligaments in the knee, and they serve to stabilise the amount that the femur and tibia bones can slide forwards or backwards in relation to one another.
This e-book is from two knee experts, offering detailed and practical protocols for rehabilitation after injury to the ACL and after ligament reconstruction surgery.
This e-book is from from two knee experts, written in a style for everyone to be able to understand the key issues and well illustrated in full colour.
This section lists knee surgeons who the KNEEguru website has identified as having expertise or a special interest in the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) of the knee.
An 'interpretation' of a 2011 publishing discussing how important it is to have a flexible approach when dealing with internal scarring after cruciate ligament surgery.
An 'interpretation' of a 2009 paper looking at the factors that increase the likelihood of developing osteoarthritis after cruciate ligament injury.
An 'interpretation' of a 2010 paper on the old question of whether patients with cruciate ligament injury end up with osteoarthritis. The problem is that the goalposts keep moving as surgical techniques change and rehabilitation regimes change.
An 'interpretation' of a paper from 2007, which is a literature review trying to determine whether cruciate ligament injury predisposes one to osteoarthritis of the knee.
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