Injuries to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in the knee affect more than 250,000 Americans each year.
The knee joint is often put at risk during athletic activities, and ACL tears are one of the most common injuries for athletes ages 15-45. Although injuries to the knee can be some of the most devastating and difficult from which to recover, the good news is that ACL injuries can be successfully treated before long-term damage occurs.
Download our free guide to learn more about:
- Who is at risk
- Causes, signs and symptoms
- How ACL injuries are diagnosed
- Non-operative and surgical treatments
- How ACL injuries can be prevented
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