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Category Archives for Arthrofibrosis

Surgical Treatments for Established Arthrofibrosis: Salvage or Cure?

Arthrofibrosis is the consequence of fibrotic tissue that occurs as a result of knee injury or surgery of some sort, most commonly associated with Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) reconstruction, but may occur with any invasive procedure of the knee such as Total Knee Replacement. Arthrofibrosis may result in significant disability to those patients who have […]

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My Arthrofibrosis Story

My life in retrospect is divided into segments of “before the accident” and “after the accident” as it was a defining time in my life, with longstanding repercussions.I was very active, a dancer, a runner – a life no one would describe as sedentary as it is now. I had always led a dynamic lifestyle, […]

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