Movement retraining without adhering to basic motor control principles may be associated with increased patellofemoral pain, according to published results.
Higher levels of sports specialization prior to U.S. military service led to an increased risk of lower extremity stress fractures in female cadets, according to results presented at the NATA Virtual Clinical Symposia and AT Expo.
Results of a matched cohort comparison of 45 patients with medial meniscal root tears who underwent either nonsurgical management, partial meniscectomy or repair showed significant differences among the groups for progression to knee arthroplasty.
Patients with knee osteoarthritis treated with platelet-rich plasma injections may have improved clinical outcomes compared with patients who received hyaluronic acid injections, according to published results.
Patients who have had previous meniscectomy or chondral damage noted at the time of revision ACL reconstruction have worse outcomes at 2 years, but the impact is increased at 6 years, according to recently presented study results.