The posterior cruciate ligament is the main structure which provides provides posterior stability to the knee at 90° of flexion. At this position, it performs approximately 90-95% of the total force to preventing posterior translation. For this reason, most assessment for posterior knee translation instability is performed at 90° of knee flexion.

NOTICE: Effective June 1, 2019, Dr. LaPrade will be practicing at Twin Cities Orthopedics in both the Edina and Eagan Minnesota Clinics and Surgery Centers

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