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ACL full thickness tear
I have my leg injured 2 weeks before. I got MRI for myself, and I have my right knee ACL full thickness tear. The doctor has suggested me ACL Reconstruction surgery. Please suggest if there is any treatment to avoid surgery.
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ACL tear is an injury to one of the important ligaments of the knee. It can cause instability and last joint damage. It can be corrected by a simple keyhole surgery.
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Please visit an orthopedic surgeon.
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As you are young, it’s better to undergo surgical reconstruction for best results .
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Consult at clinic or OPD at MAX vaishali
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ACL ligament is required for jogging,running or any sports activity, as you are very young there is no other alternative rather than to go for ACL reconstruction
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Consult any sports medicine specialist nearby
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Complete ACL tear knee needs reconstruction. No role of conservative management.
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