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Knee Meniscal Injury

Knee Meniscal Injury - Symptoms

Knee Meniscal Injury - Causes and Risk Factors

Knee Meniscal Injury - Diagnosis

Knee Meniscal Injury - Preparing for surgery

Surgery for Meniscal Injuries

You may be referred to see an orthopaedic surgeon if you have persistent severe symptoms, or if there is concern that a torn part of meniscus may not heal on its own. If symptoms persist despite the initial period of rehabilitation, surgery will probably be suggested to either remove or repair the torn portion of the meniscus. Surgical treatment is individualised and the patient makes an informed decision after consultation with a sports orthopaedic surgeon.

Knee Meniscal Injury - Post-surgery care

Knee Meniscal Injury - Other Information

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