Background: Played collegiate soccer. Tore right ACL twice. Both surgeries used a cadaver graft. The first repair went great. Freak accident tore it again. Second surgery went not so great and the repair broke down a couple years later in NY. I had a 3rd ACL repair done over the course of 2 more surgeries. The recovery was very difficult and eventually started having a lot of problems with one of the screws coming loose and rubbing the head of my femur on extension.Now the good part (The Glashow Experience): My surgeon from the 3rd ACL repair wanted to inject my knee with lubricating agent to create additional space in the knee. After doing some research, I went to Dr. Glashow to get a 2nd opinion, and he immediately said that's probably not the most efficient approach. A month later we were in surgery replacing the screw and cleaning out a ton of scar tissue that had developed due to the a number of reasons from the previous operation.I'm not going to lie. The recovery has been hard, but I've never encountered a doctor with a more efficient process. The office is clean and efficient. The examination is accurate and realistic. Dr. Glashow and his PA make a phenomenal team. His relationships with high quality imaging facilities, surgery centers, and rehab facilities is nothing like I've experienced in NY, but needless to say, this is how it should be, especially when your previous experience is coming from a high powered college program where you receive the highest quality care available.I'm about 5 months out of surgery now. I'm running, jumping, and training pretty hard again for the first time in 2 years. I still have a long way to go, but I would not even be close without the treatment and procedures he follows. I will always have some pain in the front of my tibia at the harvesting site of the patella graft as a result a surgical technique used by the previous surgeon, but I can't imagine how I could be doing better at this point.Oh, and btw, I just leg pressed 400 lbs yesterday.