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Collateral Ligament Injuries

Receiving direct contact that forces the knee sideways causes collateral ligament injuries. Read the following tips to learn how to treat or prevent collateral ligament injury.

Combined Knee Ligament Injuries

Multiple ligament injuries of combined tears in the knee are very common in sports. Today, athletes are able to treat and return to the game they love after such injuries. To learn more, click the link below.

Common Knee Injuries

The most common knee injuries are tearing of the ACL, MCL, PCL, and torn cartilage. Learn more about these injuries by clicking the link below.

Compartment Syndrome

Swelling of the knee, not being able to move your feet, or a tight feeling is caused from compartment syndrome. To learn more about how to treat compartment syndrome, click the link below.

Knee Arthroscopy

A knee arthroscopy is a common diagnostic procedure when trying to figure out the cause of pain in your knee. To learn more about preparation, surgery, and recovery, click the link below.

Knee Conditioning Program

The knee conditioning program is the program that is offered to you after a serious injury or surgery. To learn more about how to start this program, click the link below.

Knee Injury Prevention

Knee injuries are caused by sudden falls or overuse. Read the link below to understand how to prevent and how to treat a knee injury.

Knee Tendon Bursitis

Obesity, osteoarthritis, and tight hamstring muscles are common causes of knee tendon bursitis. Click the link below to find out more information on knee tendon bursitis.

Kneecap (Prepatellar) Bursitis

Athletes, plumbers and gardeners have knee pain commonly known as prepatellar bursitis. To learn more about how you could be at risk, follow the link below.

Meniscal Transplants

If you have injured your meniscus, meniscal transplant surgery is a treatment option. Click the link below to see if you qualify for this operation.

Meniscus Tear

A very common injury of the knee that athletes are at risk for is a cartilage tear in the meniscus. Read more on how to prevent and treat this injury by clicking the link below.

Osgood-Schlatter Disease (Knee Pain)

Running long distance, gymnastics, and soccer are very demanding on adolescent knees, which can result in Osgood-Schlatter disease. To learn more on how to prevent this condition, click the link below.

Patellar Tendon Tear

The tearing of the patellar tendon as a whole is a handicapping injury. To regain the strength in this tendon, surgery and physical therapy are usually required. To learn more about patellar tendon tears, click the following link.

Unstable Kneecap

Knee buckling, catching, or stiffness are common symptoms of an unstable kneecap. Learn how to treat an unstable kneecap by following the tips below.

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