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I hope you all are having a great time skiing this season. I blew my ACL second day skiing this season and the season is most likely over for me. I am now looking at months of rehabilitation and making myself ready for next season. It is not certain that i will have surgery and get a knew ACL. The Doctor told me that i could possibly live without an ACL in my knee and it could work. I know that you should always listen to what the Doctor says, but i am still curious if there are others out there, skiing without an ACL and still skiing hard in the park and all over the mountain. Normally athletes have surgery and it often puts them back on snow 6-7-8 months after. My question is, should I force them to operate on my knee or could it work without an ACL.
Thanks for all your answers
VANULARIt's absolutely stupid to ski without an ACL , just get surgery, And always ski with a cti brace afterwards . I've done 3 and feel great!