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According to Janelle Martel for Healthline, symptoms of a medial collateral ligament injury include pain and swelling in the knee joint, a feeling of instability when placing weight on the knee, a popping sound in the kn... More »

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ACL injuries occur to the anterior cruciate ligament, while MCL injuries occur to the medial collateral ligament, according to Ohio State University Sports Medicine. Both injuries are common in sports that put stress on ... More »

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Symptoms of an anterior labral tear include loss of strength, decreased range of motion, pain with overhead activities and daily activities, and a sense of instability in the shoulder, states the American Academy of Orth... More »

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ACL injuries occur to the anterior cruciate ligament, while MCL injuries occur to the medial collateral ligament, according to Ohio State University Sports Medicine. Both injuries are common in sports that put stress on ... More »

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A torn meniscus often results in a popping noise, stiffness, swelling and pain. Sufferers often find it difficult to fully extend the leg or feel as if something is locking the knee in place. Mayo Clinic recommends seein... More »

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Symptoms of a full-thickness tendon tear vary depending on the location of the injury, but typically involve pain, weakness and inability to use the injured extremity, according to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surg... More »

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The treatment for a ligament tear, commonly referred to as a sprain, includes keeping weight off of the ligament, icing the area, adding compression to the area and elevating the injury, according to WebMD. This treatmen... More »

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