There are different severities of ACL sprains, which are categorized in the following way:
Grade I sprain: Pain with minimal damage to the ligaments, but still able to help keep the knee joint stable.
Grade II sprain: More ligament damage and mild looseness of the joint, often called a partial tear.
Grade III sprain: The ligament is completely torn and the joint is very loose or unstable.
Once an accurate diagnosis has been made then the doctor and patient can move forward with treatment options. Although surgery is sometimes necessary, not everyone who has an ACL injury is a candidate for surgery.
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