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San Francisco ACL Surgeon Discusses FAQs

If you’ve ever suffered an injury, you’re looking for as many answers you can find. When something as life-altering as an ACL injury occurs, you want to know what to expect and what should be done to begin the healing process. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers to ease your mind while you wait to see a doctor. Continue Reading »

How to Prevent a Torn ACL

The ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) is one of the four main ligaments in our knee joint which provides stability to the knee. Of the all four fibrous bands, an ACL tear or rupture is the most common knee injury. Continue reading for helpful insight from San Francisco ACL Doctor, Dr. Jeffrey Halbrecht. Continue Reading »

Sport Injuries

Athletes who compete at the Olympic level have worked and sacrificed for years to achieve the level of fitness and skill needed to bring home a medal. While the Zika outbreak has raised general health concerns around the globe, physical injuries are the bigger threat to the athletes.

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Bay Area Sports Medicine

Virtual reality isn’t just about video games.The medical field is using it to advance practices, therapies and to improve diagnosis. The possibilities are still being explored within the medical field, but here are a few ways it’s being incorporated within the Bay Area and other regions today:

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San Francisco Orthopedic Surgeon Discusses Gender Distinction

Recent orthopedic research reveals that higher levels of knee injuries among women versus men is likely linked to geometry and not gender. Women more commonly visit a knee injury specialist to conduct ligament surgery when compared to men of the same age and health profile. These type of injuries are more common in high impact sports such as soccer, basketball, and baseball where jumping is common.

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