The "All-inside" method is a new minimally invasive procedure for anterior cruciate ligament
reconstruction (ACL). It consists of incomplete bone tunnels drilling and cortical fixation.
In the so-called "classical" method, the fixation is achieved with interference screws.
The hypothesis of this study was that the "All-inside" technique causes less pain than the
conventional technique. The main objective was to evaluate the immediate postoperative pain
for the first ten days and at one month from the intervention.