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Recurring injury since rupture of Left knee ACL. Permanent cure?

Hi, I m Aditya from India. I had got my ACL of left knee ruptured six years ago while playing a game. Initially, I was prescribed some physio-therapic exercises which helped in recovery, but not completely. Since then I am getting it re-injured every time I play a game. Please suggest a permanent cure along with the medicines for this. Regards, Aditya Kumar YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sat, 27 Oct 2012
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Hello Aditya, there in only one cure for ACL tear and that is ACL reconstruction. You need to get surgery through which it can be done. I can suggest you some good and cost effective centers. Cost of this will be around 20000. You will need two day stay and after that you can start walking. ACl needs for walking and without that you will continue to fall. You have already passed too much time so get it operated as early as possible.
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