ACL/MCL/LCL/PCL Support

INJURY

Knee Ligamentous Sprain (ACL, MCL, LCL, PCL) (noun): A sprain is the stretch or partial tear of ligaments which connect two bones. A knee sprain happens when the ligaments that support the knee get overly stretched, or torn, due to external or internal factors.

SIGNS & SYMPTOMS

Based on how much damage is done to the ligament, the three grades of knee sprains are:
 
MILD – Mild pain & disability. Slight point tenderness, minimal laxity & swelling.
 
MODERATE – Hearing and/or feeling a pop or snap. Moderate pain & disability, swelling, point tenderness, joint laxity & discoloration.
 
SEVERE - Hearing and/or feeling a pop or snap followed by severe pain usually indicative of a complete tear. Excessive swelling, joint laxity & discoloration, unable to bear weight.

Solution Products

  • IW-1 Set

    IW-1 Set

    USD $54.99
  • ZK-7

    ZK-7

    USD $79.99

Prevention/Injury Chart