A tear in the patellar tendon is a serious injury that requires prompt attention to fix mobility and prevent complications such as scarring or shortening of the tendon.
During this procedure, our surgeons will drill small holes in the kneecap and reattach the tendon to the kneecap using traditional sutures. If you are eligible, suture anchors may be used instead. These anchors allow our team to reattach the tendon without drilling holes in the kneecap.
Arthritis (Osteoarthritis) of the Knee
Arthritis of the knee is joint inflammation, which causes stiffness, swelling, a…
Many knee dislocations can be treated with non-surgical interventions….
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Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries
The posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) plays an essential role in normal knee fun…