One of the biggest challenges in ACL rehab is regaining adequate strength in the surgical leg. Even at 1 year post-op, many patients still demonstrate
Osteoarthritis of the knee can cause severe pain and quality of life issues. Knee pain due to arthritis can be disabling when it has progressed to its most
The meniscus is a cartilage disc and cushion within the knee. Meniscus tears are common in athletes. Surgical removal of a the meniscus tear is referred to as
Running does not cause arthritis. This is actually not a new finding. Researchers have known for years that running will not cause arthritis. Runners, in
The peroneal nerve is a large nerve that starts from behind your knee and travels down the outer side of your leg. The peroneal nerve sits close to a bone we
Cartilage regeneration has been a focus of Orthopedic Surgeons for decades. Cartilage damage or defects can occur after an injury such as an ACL tear.
Source: orthospinenews.com JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Researchers at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Florida have conducted the world’s first prospective, blinded and
A patellar dislocation is a painful, uncommon cause of knee pain. There are many potential causes of a patellar dislocation. They include: sports injuries,
In this video, Dr Jeff Berg and I talk about the ACL graft choices you have. In order to reconstruct your new ACL we need to use a tendon as a graft. During
Runners often develop knee pain. Some make the mistake of rushing for an MRI of the knee too soon. If given enough time, cross-training,
The Runners Knee or anterior knee pain syndrome is a very common cause of pain in the front of your knee. Runners of all ages can suffer from a runners knee.
The baby boomer generation is aging, and their knees are wearing out. When the pain of osteoarthritis no longer responds to typical non-surgical measures then a