Patient Case Histories

Presented here are several patient case histories that demonstrate how a variety of knee restoration and reconstruction techniques can be combined to give positive results. Although names have been changed to protect patient privacy, the medical information is all accurate.

Patient #1 – 42 year old male law enforcement officer with an unrepaired ACL

The procedures performed on this patient were ACL reconstruction , microfracture,HTO and MAT.

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Patient #2 – 42 year old female tennis player with early onset arthritis

The procedure performed on this patient was HTO, bone graft, microfracture and ACI.

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Patient #3 – 16 year old male with an infected ACL graft.

The procedures performed on this patient were ACL reconstruction and MAT .

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Patient #4 – 25 year old disabled male laborer.

The procedures performed on this patient were HTO and microfracture.

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Patient #5 – 53 year old male postal worker.

The procedures performed on this patient were DFO and microfracture.

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Patient #6 – 52 year old woman with kneecap or patellar pain.

The procedure performed on this patient was lateral release.

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Patient #7 – 51 year old man for whom knee replacement had been recommended.

The procedures performed on this patient were DFO and microfracture.

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Patient #8 – 24 year old man with a history of ACL reconstruction and recent damage to the knee.

The procedures performed on this patient were debridement of the ACL allograft, microfracture and meniscectomy.

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Patient #9 – 56 year old woman with knee pain who had received a recommendation for knee replacement.

The treatment recommended for this patient was nonsurgical treatment.

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