Cruciate ligament tear - Our treatment

The treatment of your cruciate ligament rupture depends on the type of injury, the extent of instability and the accompanying injuries of your affected knee joint.  
If stability can be restored to a sufficient degree by conservative treatment, that is, without surgery, surgical intervention is necessary. For many years, our experts have specialised in gentle – mostly arthroscopic – procedures and treat around 400 patients with anterior and posterior cruciate ligament ruptures per year. Many sports people, from amateur and professional sports, also trust our specialists. The ultimate goal of the sports person is to resume their training after the shortest time possible and return to their original form of competition. We’re well-accustomed to this and all our patients benefit from this expertise.

Conservative treatment methods

Surgical treatment methods

General information about Cruciate ligament tear

A torn cruciate ligament is one of the most common sports injuries. Here you can find information about the cause and diagnosis of this rupture.