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An ACL injury occurs when planting the leg with a decelerating, cutting, or jumping movement, resulting in instability of the knee. 70% of ACL injuries are non-impact, meaning the individual is not hit, and 50% of the injuries occur with an MCL and meniscus injury.
There are two types of knee replacements: partial and total. A partial replacement is a replacement of one side of the knee due to arthritis.
A meniscus injury is a painful clicking and locking in the knee that makes it very painful to twist and turn. Depending on the location of a tear, surgical intervention may be able to repair the tear.
ITB (iliotibial band) syndrome is caused by unnecessary stress on the IT Band and friction of the tendons, resulting in inflammation of the tendon near the outer knee or the hip.
Patellar tendonitis is a common diagnosis when the patient presents with front of the knee pain. It is a more common diagnosis in females due to alignment of their body with wider hips and decreased quadriceps strength compared to males.
A subluxing patellar is extremely painful and usually occurs in the same method of injury as an ACL tear. With a valgus force, the knee is twisted and buckles inward..
Quad Tendon Repair
A quad tendon tear occurs from a traumatic injury, including a fall with the leg caught behind you. Repair to this tendon requires ample healing time, so you will be placed in a Bledsoe brace from the top of the thigh to the middle…
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