I agree that it would be really interesting to hear them together but clearly that will not happen. As crazy as it seems, I actually don't necessarily think either is wrong. I think they view this kind of injury through a specific lens. As one of my friends, who happens to be an orthopedic surgeon, said - when you have a hammer, everything you see is a nail. I think my role, as a patient, is to determine which approach works best with my circumstances. For me, I wanted minimally invasive and I think Dr UM is really good if you catch it early enough, like many of the athletes she treats. If not, Dr Meyers is likely better as he does a more extensive repair and can fix the collateral damage that often occurs. I would be curious to hear from anyone that did a bilateral with Dr UM - did you consider doing just one side, how was the recovery with both, how is the two days of surgery, etc.