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  • Athletic Injuries of the Knee Anatomical Chart

    Athletic Injuries of the Knee Anatomical Chart

    Athletic Injuries of the Knee is designed as a tool to help primary care and sports medicine practitioners and therapists explain anatomical and sports injury concepts to their patients and clients. This chart provides an overview of normal knee anatomy and common injuries. Anatomy and injuries are clearly drawn and labelled.

    Illustrates the following normal anatomy:

    • Anterior view of the knee - bones, ligaments, tendons, cartilage
    • Medial view of the knee - bones, ligaments, tendons and cartilage
    • Superior view of the knee - bones, ligaments, tendons and cartilage

    Illustrates the following common injures:

    • LCL tear
    • MCL tear
    • ACL tear
    • PCL tear
    • patellar tendinopathy
    • meniscus tears

    11 images illustrate the mechanisms of knee injuries in the context of a human figure playing sports:

    • ACL tear in basketball
    • ACL tear in skiing
    • PCL tear in wrestling
    • MCL tear in football
    • LCL tear in rugby
    • hyperflexion/meniscus tear in skating
    • jumper's knee in volleyball
    • patellar tendon rupture in weight lifting
    • tibia fracture in soccer
    • IT band syndrome in running

    Made in the USA.