Knee

ACL injuries

ACL injuries most commonly occur during sports that involve sudden stops, changes in direction, and jumping. We offer both nonoperative and surgical treatments.

Arthritis

If you have arthritis of the knee, our team can develop a plan of treatment that can keep you active and limit the progress of the condition.

Cartilage lesions

Cartilage can become damaged due to trauma or degeneration. Our treatments range from rest and medication to minimally invasive surgical options.

Kneecap instability (patellar dislocation)

A common disorder in athletes who participate in sports that require jumping, kneecap instability can be corrected through therapy and surgery.

Meniscus tears & repairs

A firm, elastic, shock absorber that helps stabilize the knee, your meniscus can be restored and rejuvenated to help prevent long-term damage to your knee.

Multi-ligament injuries (Knee dislocation)

A rare but limb threatening injury, knee dislocation typically requires emergency assessment and treatment.

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