Preventing a Second ACL Injury

Preventing a Second ACL Injury

October 31, 2010 Rick Kaselj

A second ACL injury can devastate athletes and often end their careers. Research shows that 70 to 80% of people who suffer a torn ACL never return to their sport. The average time to recovery […]

ACL Surgery Videos

September 7, 2010 Rick Kaselj

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the most commonly injured ligaments in the knee joint. ACL injuries are common in sports like basketball, football, and soccer and are usually caused by tripping or […]

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Causes of ACL Injuries (Part 5)

September 7, 2010 Rick Kaselj

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the primary stabilizing muscles in the knee joint. When it’s functioning correctly, the ACL helps keep your knee stable by preventing it from extending too far and […]

Rick’s Rambles

September 3, 2010 Rick Kaselj

Hey, it is a Friday. A Friday before a long weekend. Let’s take a few minutes to present today Rick’s Rambles. Facebook is So Cool! It is great to get things like this on Facebook:

Knee Injury Ligaments (Part 3)

September 1, 2010 Rick Kaselj

When you think of knee injuries in basketball, you probably think of an ACL tear or meniscus tear. While these are common and occur frequently, they aren’t the only types of knee injuries that can […]

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Overview of Knee Pain (Part 1)

August 30, 2010 Rick Kaselj

Knee pain can be a distressing experience for anyone. It can make moving around difficult, and even simple tasks like climbing the stairs or squatting can become challenging. In this article, we will discuss some […]

Knee Pain Due to ACL Injury

Knee Pain Due to ACL Injury

August 23, 2010 Rick Kaselj

Knee pain due to ACL injury is common with these types of injuries. In sports such as football, basketball, and skiing, an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury is one of the most common knee injuries. […]

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