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Knee Injury in Rugby

Knee injuries are widespread in sports, especially in rugby. The common knee injuries rugby players can face may include anterior ligament tear (ACL) injury, medial ligament tear (MCL) injury, lateral ligament tear (LCL) injury, meniscus tear, knee dislocation, and knee fracture. A sudden force that hits your knee due to a rapid change in direction, slowing down when running, or an awkward landing from a jump can cause an ACL injury. The extra weight you put on your knees and some accidental condition may result in MCL injury.

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LCL injury may happen when a force pushes your knees outwardly. Any activity that causes you to rotate your knee or twist it forcefully can cause a meniscus tear, and a direct fall or accidental conditions may result in knee dislocation or knee fractures. Common symptoms of knee injuries may include knee pain, inflammation, and swelling. Some severe conditions make you feel weakness, loss of motion, stiffness, and numbness. Whether your symptoms are mild or chronic, consult your GP. You can reduce mild symptoms through home remedies, including rest, ice massage, elevating exercises, and compression bandages.
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Additionally, over-the-counter medications will help relieve pain and inflammation. Severe conditions, including stress fracture or knee dislocation, may require surgery to repair the knees.

The recovery process following a knee injury may depend upon the severity of the damage. Minor or grade I to II level tears may take a few weeks to heal. Severe conditions or grade III level tears may take eight to nine months to heal. A knee fracture may take three to six months to get you back to normal. It is advisable to follow your healthcare provider’s instructions carefully to recover quickly.

Seek professional advice on footwear from your trainer or coach to get a safe rugby experience. Wearing knee braces also help protect your knees from bumps and resistance in the rugby field. Ensure that your body is fully warmed up before starting a match.

Knee braces or supports aim to provide your knees with complete support and protection against blows and injuries in the field. They also keep the injured area warm and compressed to speed up recovery. At 360 relief, you can find a variety of knee supports to help with knee injuries from rugby.

Can I play rugby after ACL surgery?

After an ACL surgery, rugby players were expected to return to play. But it is way dangerous, and it can raise the chances of recurring injury. However, younger athletes have a more high probability of graft failure than older players.

What is the primary cause of knee injury in rugby?

Most knee injuries happen due to an external force that bends or twists the knee. A twisting or hitting of a knee in sports or accidents is a common cause of knee injury.

What are the common rugby injuries?

The most common rugby injuries are listed below:

  • Concussion
  • Shoulder dislocation
  • Collar bone fracture
  • Knee ligament injuries
  • Ankle sprain
  • Muscle strain injuries
Should I squat with injured knees from rugby?

If you have any chronic knee discomfort, consult your doctor to avoid long-term injuries, such as a torn meniscus. After healing from an injury, however, you can safely perform squats with specific improvements.

How can I prevent knee injury from rugby?

You can take a few preventing measures to avoid rugby injuries through:

  • Resting
  • Applying cold packs
  • Wrap or brace your knees
  • Elevation
  • Stop playing sports
  • Heating pads after a few days
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