Athletic Injuries of the Knee is designed as a tool to help primary care and sports medicine practitioners and therapists explain anatomical and sports injury concepts to their patients and clients.
This chart provides an overview of normal knee anatomy and common injuries and showcases 11 images which illustrate the mechanisms of knee injuries in the context of a human figure playing sports.
Pathological Knee Injury Images:
LCL Tea,MCL Tear, ACL Tear, PCL Tear
Patellar Tendinopathy: shows tendinopathy at the following sites: distal quadriceps femoris tendon, distal pole of patella, patellar tendon insertion onto the tibial tubercle.
Meniscus Tears: shows bucket handle tear, vertical tear, radial tear, parrot beak tear, fraying/degenerative.
Sports Injury Mechanism Images:
ACL tear: Basketball
ACL tear: Skiing
PCL tear: Wrestling
MCL tear: Football
LCL tear: Rugby
Hyperflexion/Meniscus Tear: Skating
Jumper’s Knee: Volleyball
Patellar Tendon Rupture: Weight Lifting
Tibia Fracture: Soccer
IT Band Syndrome: Running
Normal Anatomy Images:
Anterior View of Knee
Medial View of Knee
Superior view of Knee Showing Meniscus
Each chart's size is 20" W by 26" H. and laminated