Lateral collateral ligament injury
- An Lateral collateral ligament injury injury may also be caused by a direct blow to the anteromedial aspect of the knee or a non-contact varus or hyperextension injury.
- An Lateral collateral ligament injury injury may also occur concomitantly with other ligamentous injuries in the setting of a multiple ligamentous knee injury as a result of a significant trauma, such as a motor vehicle accident or fall from height.
- Grade 2 - A 5-10 mm of joint-space opening with a distinct end point is noted; partial macroscopic tearing has occurred.
- Grade 3 - Complete tearing (>10 mm joint-space opening) has occurred; complete macroscopic tearing is noted.
- Use of manual techniques such as massage.
- Advise on a full rehabilitation program, which may include strengthening and proprioceptive (balance) exercises.
- Laser treatment.
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