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Marshfield Clinic Orthopedic knee specialists provide expert care and treatment for a variety of conditions, including:
Recovery from season-ending knee injury
A staggering 35 million kids, ages 5 to 18, play organized sports each year.
In addition to the tremendous benefits sports participation offers, it brings increased risk for knee injuries.
Some knee injuries can be season-ending. Successful recovery takes hard work and support from parents and coaches.
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Your knees are complex joints and that makes them vulnerable to injury. Learning how to prevent knee injuries and treating them if they occur can help you stay active at work and play. Test your knowledge of knees by taking this quiz, based on information from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
The knee has 4 ligaments. They are: