After ACL Surgery, Men Active for Many Years

The majority (84%) of men who had ACL surgery that involved a patellar tendon graft are still highly active 15 years after the procedure, according to a recent study. Other long-term goals of ACL surgery—to minimize osteoarthritis and prevent further damage to the knee—were also seen, as 89 percent of patients had no signs of osteoarthritis and patients reported knee function to be 9.5 out of 10. Read More

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