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Proximal Realignment Rehabilitative Protocol

Proximal realignment procedures include those performed above the patella in attempt to better align it with respect to the trochlear groove of the femur.  These procedures include:

  • Lateral Retinacular Release
  • VMO Advancement
  • Medial Reefing
  • Reconstruction of the medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL)
  • Medial Plication
  • Galleazzi procedure

Protocols

  • Protocol 1

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