Ligament Knee Braces & Injuries: ACL, MCL, LCL, & PCL

Torn Ligament Knee Braces

The knee is one of the body’s largest and most complex joints. It is essential for the movement of the leg. Sprains and tears are often shared in the ligament of the knees and are primarily observed in athletes. However, the breakage of the knee ligament can be the end of several dreams and journeys in the life of an athlete.

Almost they end up moving, and it may take a lot of time to recover. However, knee ligament braces can help faster recovery and prevent further injury. Worldbrace offers several ranges of protective knee braces that support recovery.

Knee ligaments are strong bands of connective tissues that help in connecting your bone to your leg. There are four ligaments in the knee: Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), Lateral collateral ligament (LCL), and Medial collateral ligament (MCL). Each one of them can be torn.

Knee Ligament Injury Treatment

Suppose a person either has a torn or strained ligament. In that case, an experienced physician’s examination can help detect which ligament has been pulled, and the patient can be treated accordingly.

ACL Knee Braces for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries

The ACL is located within the joints of the knee. The ACL or anterior cruciate ligament is in front of the posterior ligament, forming an “X” shape. It helps stabilize the knee when the surrounding muscles are relaxed, or the leg is extended. The ACL is one of the most important ligaments of the knee. Due to the variations in flexibility, physical structure, and hormones, an ACL tear is more common in females than in males.

ACL tears can happen due to various reasons, but the most common ones are the injuries caused by sports or trauma. This injury is severe because it involves the hyperextension of the knees.

After the ACL tear, you may require specific surgery to reconstruct the ligament, and you may also need particular knee braces post-surgery to help you recover quicker. At Worldbrace, we offer several functional knee braces designed explicitly for ligament tears and provide general support to the patient.

ACL Injury Treatment & Braces

If a person has a little biassed tear, a doctor may recommend using physical therapy without ACL surgery. Wearing an ACL brace can help strengthen the muscles, and anti-inflammatory medicines can help in soothing the pain.

If you are in a situation where surgery is the only option, we recommend you wear a post-op knee brace and crutches offered by Worldbrace until the injury is healed correctly. Although, the recovery phase of an ACL tear is usually lengthy and requires a lot of patience. It can take approximately six to twelve months to recover. In addition, after recovery, you may still be advised to wear a potential knee brace while playing sports or being involved in vigorous activities since this will protect your knees from further damage. The ACL brace available at Worldbrace is an excellent option.

PCL Knee Braces for Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries

The PCL is another knee ligament known as the posterior cruciate ligament. It helps in connecting the femur to the shinbone. In addition, it also helps control the back and forth movement of the knee.

PCL Injury Treatment

The posterior cruciate ligament tear can be classified into four categories: Healthy PCL, Grade 1 Tear, Grade 2 Tear, and Grade 3 Tear. The most profound way to determine the class of PCL tear is by undergoing an MRI. Although mild injuries can be cured through physical treatments, severe injuries require the patient to undergo PCL surgery. One can always prevent such wear and tear by wearing protective braces offered by Worldbrace.

LCL Knee Braces for Lateral Collateral Ligament Injuries

The lateral collateral ligament is mainly found on the outer portion of the knee that helps connect the femur to the smaller leg bone. An LCL injury is most common in individuals who play full-contact sports like soccer or football.

LCL Sprain Injury Treatment

Proper treatment after the injury is essential to ensure your tears are adequately treated. If incisions are left untreated, they can result in severe conditions later. Worldbrace offers various treatment braces for knee injuries that can help prevent your knees from further damage.

The more severe injuries will require surgery to replace the torn ligament. Surgery is also necessary if multiple ligaments are torn. LCL surgery is different from most ligament knee surgeries because it is open-knee.

MCL Knee Braces for Medial Collateral Ligament Injuries

The MCL is a collateral ligament, which means it is on the side of your knee; the medial collateral ligament is on the inside of your knee. Its primary function is to prevent the leg from overextending and bending inward. Injuries to the medial collateral ligament usually occur when a strong force hits the outside of the knee.

LCL Sprain Injury Treatment
LCL Sprain Injury Treatment

MCL Sprain Injury Treatment

Most MCL injuries can be treated at home with rest, ice, and anti-inflammatory medication. Your doctor may suggest a brace that helps to protect your knee but allows for some movement. If the tear is very severe, you may need surgery. This usually isn’t done unless you injure another ligament or part of your knee, such as your ACL or meniscus.

MCL Sprain Injury Treatment
MCL Sprain Injury Treatment



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