Knee Dislocation

Many knee dislocations can be treated with non-surgical interventions.

However, severe injuries will require surgical treatment. Depending on the nature of your knee dislocation, our physician may recommend either arthroscopic surgery or reconstruction. A total knee reconstruction is necessary if arthroscopic surgery was unsuccessful or severe tissue damage is present.


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