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ACL Injury Physiotherapy Treatment in Gurgaon - Effective Care for Knee Ligament Tears

ACL Injury Physiotherapy

Welcome to Physioheal Physiotherapy, where we provide specialized care for ACL injuries in Gurgaon. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a crucial part of the knee joint, and when injured, it can greatly impact your mobility and sports performance. Our expert team, led by Dr. Divya Gaur, offers professional physiotherapy treatment to ensure a comprehensive recovery from ACL injuries without the need for open surgery.

Understanding ACL Injury

The ACL is one of the primary ligaments in the knee, responsible for stabilizing the joint during movements. ACL injuries, also known as anterior cruciate ligament tears, frequently occur in sports persons engaged in activities involving sudden stops, direction changes, or jumping. It is the most common knee ligament injury, accounting for 60% of all ligament injuries.

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Types and Symptoms of ACL Injury

ACL injuries can be classified into three grades based on severity:

  1. Grade I Sprain – Minimal pain and damage.
  2. Grade II Sprain – Partial tear with increased ligament damage and mild joint looseness.
  3. Grade III – Complete ligament damage, leading to significant joint instability.

Common symptoms of an ACL tear include

  • Severe pain in the knee
  • Swelling and tenderness around the joint
  • Audible crack or pop at the time of injury
  • Feeling of instability, especially during pivoting or twisting movements
  • Restricted movement and inability to fully extend the knee

Diagnosis and Treatment

To diagnose an ACL injury, our experts conduct a thorough physical examination and may employ additional tests such as the Lachman test, Anterior drawer test, MRI, X-rays, or Ultrasound to assess the extent and severity of the injury.

At Physioheal Physiotherapy, our comprehensive ACL treatment plan includes the following

  • Rest and knee brace for support during physical activities.
  • Bandaging and elevation to reduce swelling.
  • Ice packs to alleviate pain and swelling.
  • Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation (TENS) for pain relief and knee swelling reduction.
  • Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) to strengthen the quadriceps muscles and restore control.
  • Laser therapy to accelerate healing and reduce inflammation.
  • Shockwave therapy for effective healing and quicker recovery.
  • Gait training with assistive devices like crutches, progressing towards walking without aid.
  • Range of motion and strengthening exercises tailored to individual needs.
  • Balance training to improve proprioception after the injury.
  • Plyometric training for a safe return to high-level sports.

Preventing ACL Injuries

While accidents can happen, there are preventive measures to reduce the risk of ACL injuries, especially for athletes. These include:

  • Proper warm-up and stretching exercises to loosen ligaments and muscles.
  • Balance and stability training to strengthen ankle, knee, and leg muscles.
  • Learning proper pivoting and jumping techniques.
  • Specialized training from a young age for enhanced injury prevention.
  • Specific exercises for women to build strength and reduce vulnerability to ACL injuries.


At Physioheal Physiotherapyin Gurgaon, we are dedicated to providing the highest standard of care for ACL injuries. Dr. Divya Gaur, our expert physiotherapist, and our specialized team are committed to your comprehensive recovery without surgery. We believe in restoring strength, stability, and confidence. Don’t let an ACL injury hold you back. Take the first step towards healing and preventing future injuries by entrusting your ACL treatment to our experienced team. To book a full assessment with our physiotherapists, please call Physioheal on +91-9999259307 today. Alternatively, book an appointment online with us today!

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