- Sides of your knee
- Medial Collateral is located on the inside
- Lateral Collaterol is located on the outside
- Controls and protects the knee as it moves in a sideways motion
- Inside of knee
- Forms a criss cross
- Anterior Cruciate is located in the front
- Posterior Cruciate is located in the back
- Controls and protects the knee as it moves in a back and forth motion
- The knee relies on these ligaments and the muscles surrounding the area. It is a fairly vulnerable region of the body and knee injuries are prevalent in sport and fitness.
- A knee ligament injury is considered a “sprain” and is graded by its severity. The severity determines the treatment and also specifies how long one will be in recovery.
Considering peptides for a recent knee ligament injury?
Alternative health solutions such as peptides can potentially assist with injury repair and recovery. Due to regulations we are unable to go into detail regarding their proposed functionality. If you are interested to learn more, please register and you can gain entry into our Peptide Clinic and Store where you can access research, peptide product information and prequality to place a preliminary order.