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ACL Injury - Caring for world-class ballet dancers

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Our ballet dancer patient, Natalya tore her ACL during a rehearsal. She did not want to use her own hamstring to repair her ACL. She came to The Stone Clinic where Dr. Stone reconstructed the injury using donor tissue.

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