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POSTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT (PCL) TEAR

Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Tear

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Injury to the Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) usually occurs during a forceful blow to the anterior tibia while the knee is flexed. This commonly occurs in a dashboard Injuries and falling unto a flexed knee as seen in skiing and skateboard sports.

Knee brace is recommended for patients with PCL tear. This will help support and stabilize the knee joint. It can also restrict unintended knee motion.

Knee brace is recommended for patients with PCL tear especially after surgery. This will help support and stabilize the knee joint. It can also restrict unintended knee motion. A hinged knee brace would be the ideal choice just after the ACL surgery. It has Bilateral support hinges for stability and increased performance wich helps prevent and heal ACL/PCL Injuries, medial/lateral instability, hyperextension, patella instability, meniscus injuries, ligament sprains

8 weeks after recovering from PCL Injury, a functional phase is then initiated.This phase focuses on increasing power and endurance by incorporating active sports retraining. A Knee Stabilizer is then recommended on this phase as it is less bulky and provides moderate support and stabilization your knee needs.

Resistance bands may also be used to strengthen the structures around the knee