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Full thickness tear of anterior tibiofib ligament

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Annie H, May 15, 2017.

  1. Annie H

    Annie H Member


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    Hi
    Even thought ive been a pod for many years i havent really seen this injury however my 17 year old son has just been diagnosed with a full thickness of the anterior tibiofib ligament. There is no obvious widening of the joint space
    I have had him in a boot since the injury which occured at football 16 days ago. Just wondering what others have done for such an injury and if surgery is necessary
    Im hoping the boot for every step will help but am really interested in other opinions
    Thanks in advance for your time
    Regards, Annie
     
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