Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is one the major ligaments in our knee. It is also one of the most common parts to be affected during a knee injury. Anterior Cruciate Ligament or ACL tears or sprain are common in the field of physically demanding sports like football, basketball, volleyball and so on.
The anterior cruciate ligament is found within our knee joint, running diagonally across the middle of our knee. This ligament offers rotational as well.as antero posterion stability to our knee. An injury to the ligament might lead to sudden and intense pain, swelling and inability to bear weight or instability.
ACL injuries are more likely to occur in sports. Here are some of the symptoms which normally accompany an ACL injury.
ACL helps in stabilising the knee joint and connects the shinbone or tibia with the thighbone (femur). Most of the injuries related to ACL are known to occur due to an increased stress on knee during fitness or sports activities. This can be during the following: