ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) surgery is a reconstruction surgery to replace the torn anterior cruciate ligament of the knee. It is more common in sportspersons. Injury to this ligament occurs during sports and sudden shift in the direction of the knee. Therefore, it is a commonly performed significant surgery yet. It takes two to four weeks to start walking and two to nine to completely recover from the surgery.
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Can I do pull ups again in my life after acromioclavicular joint separation?
Query: Hello doctor, I just had my acromioclavicular joint separation (grade 2 or 3), AC ligament torn. I am ready to accept the recovery time. My question is can I do pull ups again in my life? Or any permanent disability may occur? Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Sure the X-ray looks kind of AC joint separation due to the ligament injury. With the image, the injury looks between grade II or III. I will advise you to take the call for the MRI shoulder to focus on the AC joint. This will help us understand the extent of the ligam... Read Full »