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ACL surgery

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction surgery is performed when the ligament is ruptured. This is most commonly the result of a sporting injury.

Patients will often experience instability or giving way in their knee. Occasionally, physiotherapy and a reduction in activity will be sufficient to restore stability to the knee.

The ligament reconstruction can be performed via mostly keyhole surgery. Your surgeon will discuss the options of graft tissues with you at the time of consultation.

Post-operative physiotherapy is very important to obtain an optimal outcome.