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Illustration of human leg, somewhat transparent and with a blue aura. The bony anatomy of the knee is in focus.
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  • Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Tears

    The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the main stabilizer of the knee and is paramount in staying active in sports and safely ambulating each day. Injury to the ACL can be common in athletes but can also occur with simple...

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  • Knee Arthritis

    Knee arthritis is a chronic and slow evolving degenerative condition that can limit patient's daily activity and exercise. The cartilage on the end of the bones that typically provides friction-free movement wears away and leads to pain, swelling, stiffness, and...

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  • Meniscus Tears

    The menisci are small triangular shaped, shock absorbing cartilage discs in the knee joint that also help stabilize the knee. Portions of the meniscus have limited blood flow and can be susceptible to injury especially with planting and twisting activity.

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