Replacing or reconstructing the Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) has not been an operation favoured by surgeons worldwide.
A recent lecture trip to America left me feeling twin emotions of pride and amazement.
For the third year running I had been invited to give two talks and a live cadaveric demonstration to the Faculty Forum, a meeting of 2 to 3 hundred top American sports surgeons in Naples, Florida…
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With 40 per cent of all sporting injuries in the UK involving knee ligament damage knee specialist surgeons like myself have, for years, carried a heavy workload of repair and reconstruction.
The first question most footballers or skiers ask after suffering serious knee damage is whether they will ever be able to kick a ball or parallel down a black slope again?
For many years the truthful answer has been “probably not” or at least “not as well as you used to”.