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 What is the best exercises to rehab a severely strained knee joint?
I fell at home down stairs but did not sever the ACL, MCL, or PCL. I am taking injectios into the knee of chicken collegen to rebuild the shock absorbing qualities of the knee. Yet I lack strength in ...

 how long for my achilles tendant to heal?
ok so i have had a cast on my leg for an achilles swolen tendant since oct. 27th. i get it looked at on friday the 24th of nov. how long does it take to heal?
is it a high chance ill be getting ...

 I get patella tendonitis when I run.?
Walking doesn't hurt, but after a mile of running the pain is severe.
Any suggestions for treating it? I am taking ALLEVE, but it doesn't seem to help....

 Stress fracture foot is cold, other foot is not, is that OK?
I've had a stress fracture for around 11 weeks. Constant reinjury is making my foot heal really slowly. However, I have finally gained insight and am doing all I can to make it better. Walking ...

 punched in the face, odd sensation when applying pressure to area near infraorbital foramen?
I got punched in the face, right hand side, 5 days ago, and I've noticed today that when I apply pressure to the area between my cheekbone and nose (basically at the infraorbital foramen), I ...

Does an ACL tear require replacement?
Four years ago i tore my ACL and had to have it replaced this year, after the entire muscle had deteriorated away (i didn't know it was torn, my doctor left that part out). What I want to know is: if I had caught it four years ago, would it have been possible to simply repair *my* acl instead of having to get a new one?

Laughing Man Copycat
Sometimes...but can be repaired without a someone Else's body parts. A donar will make it good as new. I know creepy, but it is medicine at its finest.

A complete tear will need to be replaced, as joining the two ends together will not make the ligament strong enough to resist the shearing forces between the femur and tibia. A partial tear can be help with a graft from the patellar ligament, as well as some other methods, but it does not sound like this is what you had.

So to simply answer your question....no.

Good luck with rehab, and be sure to keep on top of strengthening all muscles around the knee, such that strength is one to one for muscles in front and behind. ie quadriceps and hamstrings

ACL tears a usually repaired through surgery. But since your connective tissue around the tear has deteriorated you need a cadaver replacement.

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