Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) InjuriesFind a Doctor
A posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injury is an injury to the ligament in the central back portion of the knee.
This ligament provides stability to the knee and controls backward movement of the shinbone. Injuries to the PCL can include a stretch, partial tear or complete tear of the ligament. Learn more
Knee injury? Learn the symptoms of a PCL strain.Learn more »
Your doctor may use these tests to diagnose a PCL injury.Learn more »
Treatment for a PCL injury depends upon its severity. Learn about your options.Learn more »
Learn what to do after ligament repair surgery for a torn PCL.Learn more »
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