Stability 2 Study
Recruiting young active ACL-deficient patients at high risk of ACL re-injury
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction surgery has unacceptably high failure rates in young active individuals. ACL graft choice and/or augmentation with a lateral extra-articular tenodesis (LET) has the potential to reduce failure rates in this patient population.
This international, multicentre randomized clinical trial will determine if ACLR using a patient’s own quadriceps tendon or patellar tendon, either with or without a LET, reduces the risk of ACL failure, results in less symptoms, better function and quality of life, and an improved ability to return to sports. It is anticipated that 1,236 people will participate from research sites in Canada, the United States, Germany, Norway, the United Kingdom and Sweden.
Recruitment Details below: