ACL, MCL, or LCL tears are common disabling injuries that require extensive treatment. There are a range of treatments most common being physical therapy and knee surgery. In severe cases, surgery is recommended. In less severe cases, physical therapy is recommended but sometimes physical therapy isn’t enough to fully repair these knee injuries and leaves a person with life-long complications. There is now an effective and safe alternative to surgery.
An ACL tear is a traumatic knee injury and many surgeons recommend surgery to repair the ACL. This is not the only solution. In fact, this solution, surgery, is an extremely invasive and risky procedure that can leave a person with life-long symptoms and an extremely painful rehabilitation process.
Repairing the ACL non-surgically often involves the combination of both Stem Cell and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy. Both therapies are organic, non-surgical, and non-invasive. They pose little risk because of the procedure's non-invasiveness.
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