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BCH lecture: Preventing and treating ACL injury 1/29/24

  • Category: Orthopedics

A torn or sprained anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in your knee can put a damper on life, causing pain, swelling and a feeling of “giving way.” These injuries can occur during sports that involve sudden stops or changes in direction such as taking a sharp turn on the slopes or pivoting to hit a pickleball.

Hear Brian Davis, MD, who is dual fellowship trained in orthopedic sports medicine and shoulder & elbow surgery, describe ways to help lower the risk of an ACL injury. Then learn about non-surgical treatment options and new innovations in ACL reconstruction surgery that can help you return to your favorite physical activities.

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If you would like to request an appointment with Dr. Davis, please call 720-743-2475