ACL Surgery Not Needed in Most Cases

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery is unnecessary in more than half of ACL injury cases, according to a study from Lund University. Researchers found that among young amateur athletes who had suffered an ACL injury, rehabilitation produced the same results as ACL reconstruction for 60 percent of patients and only 40 percent needed to be exposed to ACL surgery.  Read More

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