Excruciating Pain in the Right Knee - Signs and Treatment
Sprain of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) of the right knee injury is the tearing of Anterior Cruciate Ligament. This is one of the major ligaments in the right knee.
1 in 3500 cases of ACL injury is reported annually. 
- Treatable by specialists
- Usually self-diagnosable
- Lab tests and MRI imaging are required
- Can last for a few months
This condition is the most common in people who play sports. ACL injury becomes too painful, and sometimes it is difficult for legs to bear the weight of the body.
The signs and symptoms of ACL injury are:
- A loud felt in the knee
- Severe pain
- Swelling begins within a few hours
- Loss of range of motion
- Trouble in walking
- Exercise for muscle strength
- Wear appropriate sports footwear and padding that prevents injury
- Wear a knee brace to prevent the risk of ACL
The doctors would suggest specific medication and required exercise to reduce the pain.
It is advisable to consult a doctor on self-diagnosing of symptoms. We, at mfine provide accurate diagnosis and smooth treatment with a team of qualified doctors.