Posterolateral Corner Injuries of the Knee: Anatomy, Diagnosis, and Treatment

J. Cooper, P. McAndrews and R. LaPrade

Posterolateral corner (PLC) injuries continue to present problems for othopaedic surgeons.  Early recognition and treatment are important factors in the patient's long term outcome.  This article gives a comprehensive review of anatomy, diagnosis and treatment options with the aim of improving understanding of PLC injuries.  The authors own surgical techniques are described.

Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review (2006) 14(4) 213-220

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Muscle Performance in Neck Pain

Join Chris Worsfold in this online course which reviews the assessment and rehab of the deep and superficial neck muscles in the presence of pain.

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