ACL Made Simple is a book/CD-ROM combination that educates orthopedic residents, athletic trainers, and various medical support staff about the fundamentals of ACL injuries. The content is both thorough and practical. Readers will benefit from comprehensive discussions of diagnosis, partial tears, treatment options, operative techniques, and complications. This definitive guide also outlines a six-month rehabilitation program complete with goals, stages, and exercises. More than 150 photographs and diagrams illuminate key concepts. A CD-ROM keyed to each chapter complements the text and makes it easy for users to locate sections of particular interest. The numerous graphics and narrated video clips are dynamic tools that highlight topics including the mechanism of injury, physical examination, and surgical techniques.