A lateral ligament sprain is a sprain or tear to the lateral ligament in the knee.
Impact to the knee
An ACL sprain is a tear of the anterior cruciate ligament in the knee joint. If you suspect you have a torn ACL then seek professional medical attention. On this page: Symptoms Causes & anatomy Treatment ACL taping Exercises Surgery Torn ACL symptoms ACL tears usually occur as a result of a twisting movement when …
The unhappy triad is a severe injury which involves damage to three of the four major ligaments in the knee. This is a major knee injury that often occurs after a severe impact. Severe knee pain, difficulty moving the knee and a tearing sound at the time of injury are the main symptoms
Articular cartilage injury is damage to the tough, thin cartilage that lines the ends of bones. It is often caused by a collision or trauma to the knee or in conjunction with other knee joint injuries. Here explain the symptoms, causes, and treatment of an articular cartilage injury to the knee
An Osteochondral fracture is a tear of the cartilage which covers the end of a bone, within a joint. It is also known as Osteochondritis Dissecans and is common in the knee joint, especially in association with other injuries such as ACL tears
The peroneal nerve is a branch of the sciatic nerve which runs down the outside of the lower leg, serving the peroneal muscles which help pull the foot upwards and inwards. Symptoms include numbness & tingling in the lower leg and are often caused by a blow to the outside of the knee.
The patella can dislocate outside of its normal position, usually around the outside of the knee. It can also partially dislocate, called a subluxation. The kneecap will often be visibly displaced and is often caused by a direct impact or a severe twisting action. The patella will sometimes go back to its original position, although this will be very painful.