Have Your ACL Repaired by Experienced Houston, TX Orthopedic Surgeon K. Mathew Warnock, MD

An ACL tear can seriously interfere with your daily routine. It is a vital part of the knee and helps to prevent the leg giving way. Does your knee give way or have any swelling or pain? These are all symptoms of an ACL tear. If you think you may need ACL surgery, call Dr. K. Mathew Warnock, MD to evaluate your knee.

Dr. Warnock will perform a clinical exam using the pivot-shift test, the drawer test, and the Lachman test to evaluate your knee. After testing the stability of your knee, Dr. Warnock will discuss your best options for treatment. An MRI may be necessary to identify other injuries. In most cases involving an ACL tear, surgery is necessary. During ACL surgery, Dr. Warnock will reconstruct the torn ligament by inserting an autograft or allograft into the knee. This procedure reliably repairs the knee, allowing a return to sports and resulting in improved function for patients.

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Top Credentials as an ACL Surgery Specialist

Dr. Warnock is Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery in Orthopedic Surgery with a specialty certification in Orthopedic Sports Medicine. He is also a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine. He has extensive experience in complex sports injuries, especially of the knee and shoulder. When you visit his clinic, you can trust that you’ll be treated by a skilled surgeon using state-of-the-art equipment. His staff is friendly and welcoming, and Dr. Warnock’s genuine nature will put you at ease. The staff is also fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.

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Don’t Let An ACL Injury Disrupt Your Life Any Longer

Whether you’re an athlete or not, you deserve the best in ACL surgery. Dr. Warnock works with patients of all ages and will provide quality, personalized care. If you believe you have an ACL tear, fill out our online form or contact Dr. Warnock at 281-807-4380 to schedule your consultation as soon as possible.

For more information, you can also read reviews from previous patients, fill out your patient forms online, and learn what you need to prepare for your visit.