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Distal Femoral Osteotomy

Distal Femoral Osteotomy FAQ

What is a distal femoral osteotomy?

A distal femoral osteotomy (knock knee surgery) is a procedure whereby a surgical fracture is created at the end of the femur and the shape of the bone is changed. In general, these are performed for patients with knock knees, which we call valgus alignment, and the […]

Distal Femoral Osteotomy

Knee Microfracture Surgery

Microfracture surgery is performed to try to restore a full-thickness cartilage defect of the knee.  Introduced over 20 years ago, this arthroscopic procedure uses the body’s own healing abilities to enrich tissue regeneration to the chondral surface.

What Are The Symptoms Of An Articular Cartilage Injury That Can Be Treated With Microfracture Surgery?

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Knee Microfracture Surgery

Osteoarticular Allografts

Articular Cartilage Damage Treatment

Articular cartilage is a unique tissue in joint that is constantly subjected to stress and is very vulnerable to traumatic injury or degenerative conditions. This is especially true in large weight-bearing joints such as the knee. When a teenage, young adult, or middle-age adult has a localized area of a full […]

Osteoarticular Allografts

Osteochondral Autograft Transfers

Description of Osteochondral Autograft Transfers

Our joints are lined with a smooth, tough substance called cartilage. This surface helps joints glide smoothly and without pain, providing us the flexibility to move. As we age or engage in sports, this cartilage will begin to break down and can become damaged. Certain conditions can develop as a result […]

Osteochondral Autograft Transfers

Articular Cartilage Treatment

When a patient is diagnosed with articular cartilage damage, or a defect, it is important to address the injury and treat the condition so that further progression does not occur. Articular cartilage is a very important component of a healthy knee joint. It is a fibrous substance that covers the ends of the bones and […]

Articular Cartilage Treatment
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