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Functional Progression After ACL Surgery

The following parameters should serve as a general guideline for functional progression after ACL reconstruction. These guidelines should not replace surgeon and therapist judgement. When Can I Jog After ACL Surgery? Clearance for Jogging can be tested at 12 weeks if isolated ligament reconstruction or 16 weeks with Meniscal involvement/bone bruise/microfracture Minimum Standard 30 Step […]

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Baton Rouge Knee Doctor

Dr. Burnham is a fellowship-trained sports medicine surgeon and knee doctor who has a special focus on knee injuries, ligament tears, and cartilage repair. His clinical and research focus has centered around ACL tears, meniscus tears, knee dislocation, and other knee ligament injuries. He trained under world-renowned knee doctors and surgeons at the UPMC in Pittsburgh, PA […]

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Meniscal Root Tear

Meniscal Root Tear Overview The meniscus is a very important piece of cartilage in the knee. It is shaped like a “C” and it serves to cushion and stabilize the knee. In recent years the importance of the meniscus “root” has become more apparent.

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Anterolateral Ligament (ALL) and Anterolateral Complex

Overview of the Anterolateral Complex and the Anterolateral Ligament In 2013, the New York Times and several other media outlets touted the discovery of a “new” knee ligament, the anterolateral ligament (ALL). In reality, the discovery was not new, but more of a “rediscovery” of a ligament that had been described in 1879 by a […]

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Frozen Shoulder

Introduction Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a frustrating but completely treatable problem. Patients with frozen shoulder will have pain and loss of motion in the shoulder. Most of the time there was not a specific incident or injury that led to the onset of frozen shoulder.     Common symptoms of frozen […]

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Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)

What is FAI? FAI stands for “femoroacetabular impingement,” or hip impingement for short. FAI occurs when extra bone around the hip bumps up against the labrum and cartilage in the hip joint, resulting in pain and ultimately stiffness and early arthritis. Symptoms of FAI FAI can start off with just mild pain in early stages. […]

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