ACL/PCL Sprains and Tears

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament limits rotation and the forward motion of the tibia. It crosses from the back of the femur to the front of the tibia. A complete or partial tear of the ACL usually occurs when your knee is twisted beyond its normal range of motion or from a direct frontal blow to the femur. After an ACL injury the knee can easily buckle as the tibia shifts forward. ACL injuries are one of the most common sports injuries of the knee. The Posterior Cruciate Ligament limits backward motion of the tibia. A complete or partial tear of the PCL usually occurs when your knee is severely twisted beyond its normal range of motion or from a direct frontal blow to the tibia.

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