About anterior Cruciate Ligament injury and our treatment for it
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Anterior Cruciate Ligament summary
The ACL, anterior cruciate ligament, binds the base of the thigh bone with the top of the shin bone and is located within the knee joint. Though in some minor cases home exercises can be enough to allow a relatively normal movement, surgical intervention is necessary in many cases when the extent of the damage and the patient’s lifestyle require a full recovery. Following the surgery, rehabilitation is delivered at different stages to allow the knee to strengthen and stabilise. This is achieved over the process of between 4 and 12 months, depending on the surgeon. A home exercise program follows to ensure the knee joint continues to become strong.
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WHAT IS ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT SURGERY
WHAT HAPPENS IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE SURGERY?
REHABILITATION FOLLOWING ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT SURGERY
WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF MEDICAL COLLATERAL LIGAMENT INJURY?
The cause is generally a direct impact to the outside of the knee, often when the knee is slightly bent. For this reason, it is a common injury among many sports, from contact sports to swimming in breaststroke. The ligament on the outside of the knee becomes stressed and can tear, causing the pain.
RETURNING TO NORMAL ACTIVITIES
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT FOR ME TO DO PRESCRIBED EXERCISES?
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Our services to treat ACL surgery
We offer a broad range of services to treat ACL surgery with everything it needs to achieve a full and lasting recovery.
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"Do you hesitate or get overwhelmed at the thought of visiting a physio? Perhaps you've had an injury or problem in the past which you haven't been able to get effective treatment for and feel hopeless.
At Empire Physiotherapy we promise to look after you from the start of the consultation all the way to the very end of your journey with us. We curate recovery plans on an individual basis as we believe that every body is unique.
We pride ourselves on really listening and taking our time to focus on what's best for your body - we don't offer generic feedback or overlook even the smallest of details.
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