Acute ACL clinic every Friday / Priority MRI available. Telehealth available for Bunbury Patients
Patients in the Bunbury area can access surgical reconstruction and physiotherapy services through Dr Daniel Meyerkort at Perth Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine. If you have suffered an ACL injury, it is important to seek treatment as soon as possible to avoid further damage to the knee joint and to improve your chances of a successful recovery.
An ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) injury is a common type of knee injury that can occur during physical activities such as sports or sudden movements that put stress on the knee. The ACL is one of the four ligaments that connect the femur to the tibia in the knee joint, and it plays an important role in stabilizing the knee.
When the ACL is torn or damaged, it can cause instability and pain in the knee joint, and in some cases, it may require surgical reconstruction to restore function and stability. Physiotherapy is also an important aspect of ACL injury treatment and can help to strengthen the muscles around the knee and improve the range of motion.
Dr Daniel Meyerkort at Perth Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine is a specialist in the treatment of ACL injuries and provides surgical reconstruction to patients in the Bunbury area. Dr Meyerkort is an experienced orthopaedic surgeon who uses the latest surgical techniques to provide his patients with the best possible outcomes.
If you have suffered an ACL injury and require surgery, Dr Meyerkort can provide a thorough evaluation and develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your individual needs. He will work closely with you to ensure that you understand the surgical process and what to expect during the recovery period.
In addition to surgical reconstruction, Dr Meyerkort also provides physiotherapy services to his patients to help them recover from their injuries and return to their normal activities. Physiotherapy can help to improve muscle strength, flexibility, and range of motion, and can help to reduce pain and inflammation in the knee joint.