What is the ACL? The ACL is called the anterior cruciate ligament and it is one of four ligaments responsible for providing stabilization in the knee. What is the most common injury for the ACL? The most common injury is a torn ACL. What is a torn ACL? When the ACL goes through the front

ACL stands for Anterior Cruciate Ligament which is present in the knee. This ligament is responsible for holding the tibia or shin bone in place. The reconstruction of this ligament is performed when there is a tear and the person desires to get back to activities that require significant rotation and cutting. An injury to

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