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Are Women Are More Prone to ACL Tears? The Answer is a Resounding YES


  1. We definitely got the short end on this one. Multiple knee injuries for me.

    Posted by Pam V | October 27, 2008, 2:35 pm
  2. My girlfriend has dislocated her knee several times and claims girls are more susceptable to knee dislocations. Possibly related.

    Posted by Adam | October 27, 2008, 5:59 pm
  3. If you don’t mind sharing, which technique and tissue source did you choose for your ACLr? I’m having to make the same difficult choice now, and I’m interested in your response. I blew my left ACL out while in the new “Stash” terrain park at Killington. I want to get back to biking and boarding, and I want to make sure that I choose wisely when it comes to surgery.

    Posted by Michael S | February 25, 2009, 8:34 am
  4. For those of us who hope to return to active lifestyles, there is no ‘official’ best way, but my doctor as well as my uncle who is an Orthopedic Surgeon and worked with the New England Patriots said the patellar tendon graft is favored for active lifestyles. I am happy to share my experience via blog, as I am on day 7 post-op from patellar tendon ACL reconstruction. Feel free to pass the site along to whoever may be interested!! http://acljourney.blogspot.com

    Posted by Summer | April 21, 2009, 10:49 am