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“Arthritis Care And Research” Highlights Innovative UNC Study Examining The Relationship Between Walking Speed and Early Changes in Knee Cartilage Following ACL Surgery

September 26, 2018

The first study of its kind has shown the speed at which a person walks following surgery to repair their ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) may provide valuable insights into how well their body is repairing the cartilage in their knee, and may also yield helpful clues regarding their future risk of developing osteoarthritis in the joint.