The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is one of four major stabilizing ligaments of the knee and without a strong ACL, fast pivoting and twisting movements become extremely difficult and can result in your knee giving out. In the ABCs of ACL Injuries, you can learn more about the ACL’s function, who is at risk of a tear, prevention and treatment of, and most importantly, rehabilitation.
The most common recipients of such orthopedic injuries are athletes of varying sports, from soccer to basketball. With proper diagnosis, treatment (possibly surgery), and several months of intensive physical therapy, it is more than possible to have complete recovery with the ability to return to sporting activities.
With an ACL injury, you’ll surely end up wearing some sort of knee brace and for quite some time! CastCoverZ! Tubez! brace covers allow you to express your own style and prevent the annoying scratching, snagging, chafing, and smells that are prone to occur wearing a bionic or compression brace.
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