This video shows the surgical removal of patellar tendon ossicle in a adult who suffered Osgood Schlatters Disease. majority of Osgood-Schlatter’s patients will have problems into adulthood and some may even need surgery like this to remove bone splinters.
This condition CAN be cured, in an average of 3 weeks, using The Strickland Protocol.
Once the child has stopped growing, it cannot be cured, and sometimes adults are referred for surgery.
This can depend on which country the adult lives in.
It is so worthwhile using the cure before the child reaches adulthood to prevent surgery.
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