KNEE LIGAMENT INJURY
There are four ligaments in your knee that are used to stabilize the joint. The Anterior Cruciate Ligament(ACL) is the most common injured ligament in the knee. The Posterior Cruciate Ligament(PCL) helps the ACL connect the thigh and shin bone together in the knee. The Medial(MCL) and Lateral(LCL) Collateral Ligaments connect the thigh and shin bones on the outside of the joint. The knee can become unstable when one or more of these ligaments becomes damaged.