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Partial acl tear, pcl buckling
Partial acl thickness tear, pcl buckling, grade 1 tear in meniscus, mild pain with buckling in knee what to do
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Partial ACL tears usually respond well to physiotherapy. Try it. It may prove to be worth while.
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Consult me search browse on goggle practo website Dr Rajinder sharma senior Orthopaedic neurospine joint Replace surgeon ,42 years expertise chandigarh health Department Govt Multispeciality Hospital retired Chandigarh(U.T)
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Need Clinical Examination Then accordingly we plan
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till Date use knee brace Ice fomentation
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You can have trial of non operative treatment first.. Knee brace application Avoid knee bending and climbing stairs Medicine Gradual physiotherapy after 3 week If improvment, contine non operative treatment If no improvment, then surgery
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If you have knee instability then you should get an acl reconstruction surgery done. If you have difficulty in walking uneven surfaces, giving away sensation, difficulty in getting downstairs, low confidence while running then acl reconstruction is the choice Even if you dont have the above symptoms but you are an active athelete and have pivoting actions then also aclr is the right choice
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get yourself examined by an orthopod
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do hamstring strenthening and perturbation exercises for strengthening muscles around knee
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