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Left knee tear
I have taken MRI of my left leg and found that it got ACL tear. But I can able to run, jogg,and can do all sorts of exercises. Is it required a surgery for the ailment or requires rest,and can I continue my jogging and exercises.
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If there is instability of the affected knee while walking or running, with  instability during examination, it indicates a full thickness ACL tear, which does not heal without surgery.
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Share your MRI films/report and re-consult. If you have a sensation of instability, use a knee brace and avoid running/jogging.
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U need to get examined Kindly get the n touch with me to help you how to move ahead in regard with your problem
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Depends on the grade of Acl tear and also the symptoms
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If there is no instability the surgery is not going to serve any purpose
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