University Orthopedics adopts less invasive BEAR surgery for ACL repair

UNIVERSITY ORTHOPEDICS is participating in a clinical trial of a noninvasive anterior cruciate ligament repair technique developed by Dr. Martha Murray and her team at Boston Children’s Hospital called bridge-enhanced ACL repair. / COURTESY BOSTON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
PROVIDENCE – University Orthopedics sports medicine surgeons have begun using a less-invasive surgical repair for anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, injuries called bridge-enhanced ACL repair, or BEAR, developed by Dr. Martha Murray at Boston Children’s Hospital, and now in a third clinical trial. University Orthopedics surgeons are performing the procedure with the help of Braden…

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