Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction - A Real Life Example

"I recovered COMPLETELY from my ACL knee reconstruction and returned to competitive soccer."

Ben Hannan is one of the many people in the world who has had the unfortunate experience of tearing their Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) in their knee. And he is one of the few people in the world who has had the heart breaking experience of tearing a Cruciate Ligament on BOTH knees. Yes that's correct. He has torn the ACLs on both his left knee and his right knee. So he has had TWO ACL reconstructions. Both injuries occurred through playing soccer.

Having torn two ACLs, he has a unique insight into the whole experience of an ACL reconstruction, the lessons, the thought process behind the decision to have one, the hindsight, the second attempt to try and make the outcome even better, and the benefit of having had his ACL reconstructions 7 years apart so he has an excellent view on the improvements and developments in the procedure.

This is what Ben says:

"There are a lot of things you don't know about the ACL reconstruction experience until you're right in the middle of it. And in fact, I found that there is very little information provided by doctors or on the Internet about the details of what you will go through."

"It is so important for ACL Surgery patients to have a detailed and logical step by step guide to assist them through the recovery process. Not just for the first week or two, but for the whole period."

Having spoken and written about his experience and shared his practical knowledge with so many people (which started with family and friends), he decided that he could help a lot more people by putting the entire process of his successful ACL reconstruction and recovery into an electronic book that you can access immediately online.

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