Breakfast, Free Wi-Fi internet connection, airport shuttle, family rooms, fitness center, Restaurant, 24-hour reception
Like any surgical procedure, ACL reconstruction carries the risk of complications. These can include infection, blood clots, stiffness, persistent swelling, graft failure, and persistent pain. It's important to discuss potential risks and complications with the orthopedic surgeon before undergoing surgery.
Not all ACL tears require surgery, and non-surgical treatment can be an option for some individuals. However, the treatment approach depends on factors such as the individual's age, activity level, level of knee instability, and the presence of other knee injuries. Non-surgical treatment may involve physical therapy, braces, and activity modification.
ACL Reconstruction Treatment, a comprehensive medical package includes:
ACL Reconstruction Treatment Package with Dr. Amar Al-Omar at Medcare International Hospital, Dubai.
Postoperative care and follow-up.
Travel and accommodation arrangements.
Language interpretation services.
These services are part of the medical package and aim to provide a convenient and comprehensive experience for patients undergoing ACL Reconstruction treatment, from evaluation to treatment and postoperative care.
ACL reconstruction is recommended for individuals with a completely torn ACL or those who experience knee instability that significantly affects their daily activities or sports participation. The decision for surgery depends on various factors, including the patient's age, activity level, other knee injuries, and individual goals.
Recovery after ACL reconstruction involves a combination of physical therapy and rehabilitation. The timeline can vary depending on factors such as the patient's overall health, surgical technique, and adherence to rehabilitation. Generally, it takes several months to regain full strength and return to sports or high-impact activities.
The timeline for returning to sports after ACL reconstruction can vary depending on several factors, including the individual's healing progress, adherence to rehabilitation protocols, and the physical demands of the specific sport. Generally, it can take anywhere from 6 to 12 months or longer to return to full sports participation.
Like any surgical procedure, ACL reconstruction carries some risks and potential complications. These may include infection, bleeding, blood clots, stiffness, nerve or blood vessel injury, joint inflammation, graft failure, poor healing, and persistent pain. It is important to discuss these risks with your surgeon before deciding on surgery.