Knee ACL and PCL Tear Pain
Regenerative Treatment for Knee ACL and PCL Tear Pain.
There are two important ligaments, the anterior cruciate ligament and the posterior cruciate ligament, that stabilize the knee, connecting the thigh bone (femur) with the lower leg bone (tibia). Ligaments are made of cartilage and either of these can be torn by injury to the knee. Traditional treatment is reconstructive surgery but often has a poor outcome, which can lead to early onset of arthritis and a knee replacement.
With the modern development of regenerative treatments such as stem cells, we can potentially avoid invasive surgery by allowing the damaged ligaments to heal and repair naturally and safely.