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Iliotibial Band Tenodesis

Patients undergo ACL revision surgery when primary ACL reconstruction fails due to re-injury. The risk of re-injury increases with each revision surgery. Therefore, Dr. Marx recommends injury prevention exercises to… Continue reading →

Tips to prevent sports injuries

Dr. Marx was recently quoted in the Daily Chronicle discussing returning to athletics following an ACL injury. Sports-related injuries, including ACL injury, are becoming more and more common in young… Continue reading →

Tips for ACL Injury Prevention

The Hospital for Special Surgery recently established the HSS Sports Medicine Injury Prevention Program, a program aimed at preventing sports-related injuries in young athletes. The program is funded through a… Continue reading →

High Tibial Osteotomy

High tibial osteotomy (HTO) is an operation to realign the lower leg. This procedure is generally performed in patients with medial compartment arthritis on the inside of the knee. HTO… Continue reading →

Revision ACL reconstruction

Revision ACL reconstruction, or re-doing the ACL surgery, is a technically complex procedure. There are many reasons for ACL surgery to fail, including technical problems from the initial surgery, biologic… Continue reading →

ACL Injuries Can be Prevented

Approximately 100,000 ACL reconstructions are performed annually in the United States. Fortunately, many of these injuries can be prevented with a relatively simple exercise program. There have been many studies… Continue reading →