The Medical Collateral Ligament (MCL) is a wide band of tissue in the inner part of the knee that can become damaged from outside impact to the knee. In most cases, an injury to the medial collateral ligament heals using non-surgical therapies.
An ACL tear is an injury to a ligament in the knee that all too commonly occurs during sports or other activities that involve pivoting or other twisting movements.
Arthritis can arise in many forms and cause significant pain and discomfort. Treatment usually begins with non-operative treatments which may include activity modification, medications, and therapy.
An arthroscopy is a limited incision procedure that allows for the minimally invasive repair of many orthopedic conditions. The arthroscope is a camera that is introduced into the joint.
Lateral collateral ligament (LCL) injury is an injury to the ligament on the outer side of the knee. It can be a stretch, partial tear, or complete tear of the ligament, and often does not require surgical intervention.
Loose bodies are bits of bone, cartilage or other tissue that have broken free and are floating within the knee, which may or may not cause symptoms.
Meniscus tears are a common knee injury that often occurs when the knee is twisted when bent resulting in a torn cartilage. The menisci help protect the knee from arthritic changes and should therefore be treated if torn.
Damage to tendons and torn muscles can cause debilitating pain that oftentimes won’t go away without expert care. Treatment can include surgical and non-surgical methods, depending on the type of injury and its severity.

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