概观

LCL撕裂

LCL是一个薄带沿膝盖的外侧延伸,并连接大腿骨(股骨)的腓骨,这是小骨向下穿过膝盖并连接到脚踝的侧面。 Similar to the medial collateral ligament (MCL), the LCL's primary function is to stabilize the knee as it moves. Tears to the LCL commonly occur as a result of direct blows to the inside of the knee, which can over-stretch the ligaments on the outside of the knee and, in some cases, cause them to tear.

撕裂可发生在中间或韧带的任一端。 LCL tears often occur while playing sports in which there are violent collisions (such as football or hockey). It is important to note that an LCL tear rarely occurs in isolation – it usually is in conjunction with another knee injury.

我们对LCL撕裂法

UCSF致力于帮助患者外侧副韧带(LCL)眼泪回到活动可能bob彩票vip投注的最高水平,是否意味着每天散步或与NFL的实践报告。 Our team includes orthopedic surgeons, primary care physicians trained in sports medicine, physical therapists and athletic trainers. These specialists work together to tailor a treatment plan to each patient's needs and goals.

治疗取决于损伤的程度。 Severe LCL tears, which often happen in conjunction with other damage to the knee, may require surgery followed by physical rehabilitation. Less severe injuries usually respond to physical rehabilitation alone. We offer the full range of physical therapies, including exercise regimens, functional activities and neuromuscular reeducation, in addition to providing information and instruction. Our specialists guide each patient through a personalized program designed to facilitate healing, recover function and improve physical performance.

奖项与认可

  • USNEWS-神经内科

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