MedSelfEd Patient Education: Your Body Slide 5 of 8 - Anterior Cruciate Ligament Arthroscopic Repair
Orthopedic Center
Wednesday, August 10, 2022


The ligaments in the knee are strong, flexible cords of tissue that hold the bones together. They maintain stability and allow the normal range of motion when you walk or run. The anterior cruciate ligament - or ACL -- guides the tibia, or shin bone. It helps keep your feet below your knees and your legs from buckling as you walk.
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