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Top ACL Surgeons
ACL surgery is not the most complicated surgery; however, it is important to have a high-quality surgeon performing the operation.  The better the surgeon, the better your recovery time and hopeful full recovery.

There are many well-qualified surgeons throughout most industrialized countries.  Some of the most important things you can do as a patient is to do your research regarding your surgeon.  For instance, you should ask plenty of questions when determining which surgeon performs your surgery, such as:

  • How many ACL surgeries have you performed?
  • How long have you been licensed to practice medicine?
  • How long have you performed ACL surgeries?
  • When is the last time that you performed an ACL surgery?
  • How many ACL surgeries have you performed?
  • What method of surgery do you use for a full ACL replacement (cadaver or synthetic)?
  • What method of surgery do you use for a torn ACL or ACL repair (scope or fully-opened knee)?
  • What is your success rate for patients returning to regular activities (i.e., how many months, playing a particular sport or activity, etc.)?
  • Are you affiliated with a certain hospital, medical clinic, or outpatient surgery center?
  • Do you work with residents (or interns), and if so, do you or they perform the surgery?
  • What are the alternatives to ACL surgery?
  • Have you operated on or performed any ACL surgeries on professional athletes?


The information contained in ACL.us is for educational purposes only. 
Always consult your medical professional regarding any specific questions you have about a past, current, future, or potential injury.

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