Knee/anterior cruciate ligament
Complaints and causes
Anterior cruciate ligament
The anterior cruciate ligament connects your lower leg with your femur and thigh and plays a major role in keeping your knee stable. If this ligament tears, the sports physiotherapist and you will get to work to get back stability, strength and resilience back in your knee, by training other muscle groups. Did you have an operation to receive a new ligament? You can turn to our specialists for your rehabilitation.
In our team we have specialists in treating complaints in the knee area. They are connected, amongst others to the knee network of ROF “Gelderse Vallei”. In these networks they co-operate with specialised orthopedic and physiotherapists to treat complaints in the knee area as effectively as possible. Check here to find out who our shoulder specialists are. Make an appointment with our knee specialist.