The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) helps keep the knee stable, and prevents it from sliding forward. When you have a Torn ACL, your knee can become painful and unstable. These stretches and exercises are for a non-operative or pre-operative injury. See Doctor Jo’s blog post about this at: http://www.askdoctorjo.com/content/acl-tear-stretches-exercises
A rotator cuff tear can result in nearly constant shoulder pain, even at night! Click over to this infographic about orthopedic care in Marietta to read more facts about rotator cuff tears and other common causes of shoulder pain.
Vitamin A- Speeds the product of collagen, which is a vital protein in your ACL, meniscus and other ligaments and tendons. What To Eat After ACL Surgery – Sweet potato, carrots, kale, squash, romaine lettuce, prunes, dried apricots, Cantaloupe melon, sweet red peppers, blue fin tuna, mango.