Dr Elizabeth Arendt (US)

12 September 2017

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In this video, Dr Arendt discusses the diagnostic workup of recurrent lateral patellar instability. She shows different ways to diagnose instability via radiographs and physical examination, noting that when a knee is instable, that doesn't always mean something is wrong with the patella. Her take home messages are; check patella height, use more than one method to measure, reconsider the value in TT-TG measures, rehabilitate faulty body movements, and LPD and dysplasia is a disease of the youth.

Recorded at:
Vail International Complex Knee Symposium (VICKS)
Anatomic–based Reconstructions

22-24 June, 2017
Vail Marriott Mountain Resort, Colorado, USA
Steadman Philippon Research Institute

Prof Lars Engebretsen (NO)
Prof Robert LaPrade (US)