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ACL Knee Injury

Sudden instability in the knee (the knee feels wobbly, buckles or gives out) after a jump or change in direction or after a direct blow to the side of the knee. Player wil complain of pain on the outside and back of the knee.

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MCL Knee Injury

When a rugby player suffers a twisted knee than this ligament can be damaged with pain on the inside of the knee.

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LCL Knee Injury

Knee pain or tenderness along the outside of the kneecap.

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Torn Cartlidge

Can occur when the knee is bent and there is a sudden twist of thigh and knee. Players knee will swell up.

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Illiotibial Band Injury

Pain or tenderness on the out side of the knee. The pain may start near the end of a training session.

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Patella Fracture

The player will complain of excruciating pain instantly. The knee cap will also begin to swell up and the player will not be able to bend the knee.

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