Premier - Local Sports Medicine Physician

  • PCL Knee injury

    A PCL injury is a sprain or tear of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL). The PCL is a band of tissue that crosses inside the centre of the knee joint. It connects your thigh bone to the bone of your lower leg. The PCL keeps your knee stable when it moves forward or backward.

  • Loading the player...

    <p>Dr. Jordan Leith, MD, discusses PCL (Posterior Cruciate Ligament) knee injuries</p>

    Dr. Jordan Leith, MD, discusses PCL (Posterior Cruciate Ligament) knee injuries

  • What is a Combined PCL and PLC Knee Ligament Injury

    A combined posterior cruciate ligament, posterior lateral corner injury is a significant knee injury that occurs in trauma such as motor vehicle accidents and athletic injuries. It’s more significant than an anterior cruciate ligament, than a meniscus tear, than a posterior cruciate ligament injury in isolate.


    And what it involves, looking at a model of the knee, you have your kneecap, you’ve got your femur or your thighbone.

Premier - Local Massage Therapist

Orthopedics Now

Orthopedics Now