ACL Injury

The ACL is the anterior cruciate ligament of the knee. It forms one half of the cruciate ligaments and is responsible for stopping the the tibia from sliding forward under the knee. An ACL injury can be divided into two types : A strain where the ligament is injured but still intact, or a full rupture of the ligament. There is a third type which is post-operative ACL, which usually refers to a ACL reconstruction where tissue from elsewhere in the body is used to help rebuild the ACL.

This page will consider rehabilitation of these three types of injury.

 

Cruciate Ligaments of the Knee

Cruciate Ligaments of the Knee

 

 

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