Knee LigamentInjuries

Knee LigamentInjuries

Knee LigamentInjuries

Graphic of foot skeleton as a button to a list of all the foot conditions we treat at Paris

    Instability of the knee side to side or front to back, usually after trauma or an injury.

  • “My knee just gives out”
  • “My knee feels unstable especially going up or down an incline”
  • Some patients may not have any pain at all

  • Partial or full tear of any of the 4 knee ligaments (ACL, PCL, MCL, or LCL)
  • Meniscal Tear
  • Bursitis

  • Cold Therapy
  • Anti-Inflammatory Cream
  • Myofascial Release Tools
  • Rehab Therapy Tools
  • Supportive Footwear
  • Exercise
  • Healthy Body Weight
  • Stretching
  • Strengthening

    Healing time of a ligament injury depends on the location and grade of the tear or sprain. A Grade I may heal within a few weeks, while a Grade III may need surgical repair.

Graphic of foot skeleton as a button to a list of all the foot conditions we treat at Paris

    Instability of the knee side to side or front to back, usually after trauma or an injury.

  • “My knee just gives out”
  • “My knee feels unstable especially going up or down an incline”
  • Some patients may not have any pain at all

  • Partial or full tear of any of the 4 knee ligaments (ACL, PCL, MCL, or LCL)
  • Meniscal Tear
  • Bursitis

  • Cold Therapy
  • Anti-Inflammatory Cream
  • Rehab Therapy Tools
  • Supportive Footwear
  • Exercise
  • Healthy Body Weight
  • Stretching
  • Strengthening

    Healing time of a ligament injury depends on the location and grade of the tear or sprain. A Grade I may heal within a few weeks, while a Grade III may need surgical repair.

    Instability of the knee side to side or front to back, usually after trauma or an injury.

  • “My knee just gives out”
  • “My knee feels unstable especially going up or down an incline”
  • Some patients may not have any pain at all

  • Partial or full tear of any of the 4 knee ligaments (ACL, PCL, MCL, or LCL)
  • Meniscal Tear
  • Bursitis

  • Cold Therapy
  • Anti-Inflammatory Cream
  • Myofascial Release Tools
  • Rehab Therapy Tools
  • Supportive Footwear
  • Exercise
  • Healthy Body Weight
  • Stretching
  • Strengthening

    Healing time of a ligament injury depends on the location and grade of the tear or sprain. A Grade I may heal within a few weeks, while a Grade III may need surgical repair.

*With any injury or medical complaint, we recommend you seek the advice from your Family Physician. The information provided by Paris Orthotics Ltd. does not replace the recommendations provided by your health care professional.  Extended medical may reimburse for purchased product related to your injury or condition.  A referral from your health care provider may be required.

*With any injury or medical complaint, we recommend you seek the advice from your Family Physician. The information provided by Paris Orthotics Ltd. does not replace the recommendations provided by your health care professional.  Extended medical may reimburse for purchased product related to your injury or condition.  A referral from your health care provider may be required.