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Category Archives: Knee

What Is an ACL Tear?

While ACL tears are associated with athletics, they can happen to just about anyone. Age, gender, and activity level are variables that may increase your risk of tearing your ACL. Suddenly stopping or changing directions are among the leading causes of ACL tears, explaining the higher rate of injury in sports like football, soccer, and… Read More


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When is it time for knee replacement surgery?

After nearly a decade of Orthopaedic practice devoted to Joint Replacements, one of the most frequent questions I am asked by patients is “How will I know when it’s time for knee replacement surgery?”  Truthfully, my response is simply, “You will know when it’s time.” Let me explain…. Arthritis of the knee, especially osteoarthritis, or… Read More


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Getting to the Core of ACL Rehabilitation in Women

ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) tears have become a common injury among today’s athletes at any level (high school, collegiate, and professional), but is 4-6 times greater in females.  During ACL rehab, it is very pertinent to address common risk factors that lead to ACL tears in females. Those risk factors include ligament dominance, quadriceps dominance,… Read More


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