The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), located inside the knee joint, is an important stabilizer.
This is why a rupture of the latter leads to laxity. Depending on your physical activities, this laxity can result in instability, which will cause the knee to bend. Thus, in the short and medium term, these repeated dislocations will cause damage to the cartilage, meniscus and other ligaments. While in the long term, the main risk is the appearance of osteoarthritis.
The physiotherapists at kine sport Brussels have decided to specialize in the postoperative rehabilitation of this ligament. This is why we follow the best surgeons in the operating room every year to stay up to date with the evolution of care. Below you will find an explanatory video of the surgery.
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