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Partial tear of acl treatment
Does partial tear of acl can be treated without surgery? How long it will take for the knees to back to normalcy?
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Symptoms of instability, pain and other associated injuries in the same knee have to be assesed and then if it is purely mild pain with partial tear then 6 sessions of PRP injections tried. May take 6 months to heal
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3 to 6 month provided better rehabilitation
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Hi ACL tears are relatively painless so the main symptom to consider is instability when walking fast r running. Partial acl tears can be managed without surgery provided you do not have instability or an associated meniscal injury. In such cases with instability r associated meniscal injury its better to get an arthroscopic acl reconstruction considering your age.
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