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NON-SURGICAL TREATMENT OF ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RUPTURE: NEW HOPE TO RESTORE THE MOBILITY OF THE KNEE JOINT

Cruciate ligament injuries are one of the most common injuries among athletes, and unfortunately, these injuries impede movement and may prevent a person from performing physical activities if appropriate treatment is not received. Cruciate ligament ruptures vary in degrees – between partial rupture and total rupture. Initially, treatment begins with relief of pain and symptoms. If a partial rupture develops into a complete anterior cruciate ligament tear, or one of the other cruciate ligaments is torn, the patient may undergo a minimally invasive surgery. During the recovery period, the patient undergoes physiotherapy sessions and a rehabilitation program to strengthen the quadriceps muscles and restore the knee joint’s normal range of motion.

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