The ACL is the most commonly torn ligament in the knee. When the ACL is torn in a young, active person, surgery for reconstruction of the ligament is usually required. Dr. Bushnell has extensive training and experience in treatment of ACL injuries, including several techniques of ACL reconstruction. Dr. Bushnell most commonly performs ACL reconstruction using the hamstring tendon technique, but he also performs patellar tendon and cadaver tendon reconstructions.
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ACL Injury: Does it Require Surgery?
ACL Reconstruction with Hamstrings (Video)