Knee Surgery MinnesotaIf your doctor suggests knee surgery as a treatment for your injury or arthritis of the knee, you may feel a little scared and unsure about what’s likely to happen to you. Relax. Getting the right information and knowing the options can help you approach your impending treatment in a calm, unstressed state of mind.

The long-term goal of a knee replacement is to provide pain relief, restore normal activities of daily living, and enhance your quality of life.

We perform two major types of knee surgery: arthroscopic and total knee replacement. Your doctor will advise you as to which surgery is right for your situation.

Click on the links below for more information regarding your specific diagnosis:

Knee Arthritis | PDF

Knee Injections PDF

Total Knee Replacement | PDF

Total Knee Replacement FAQs | PDF

Life After Knee Replacement | PDF

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury | PDF

ACL Injury FAQ | PDF

ACL Injury Prevention/Performance Enhancement Program | PDF

Women and ACL Injuries | PDF

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome | PDF

Meniscus Tear | PDF

Cartilage Restoration | PDF


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