Internal Derangement of the Knee  |  Patellofemoral Instability  |  Runner’s Knee  |  Shin Splints
Torn Knee Ligaments  |  Torn Meniscus  | Torn Tendons

In the knee, ligaments, muscles, and tendons help confine motion within safe limits while the menisci and cartilage cushion the knee against considerable forces. Typical injuries treated for the knee are internal derangement, which is a torn medial meniscus; torn anterior cruciate ligament; patellofemoral arthritis; instability and chondromalacia; tendonitis and bursitis about the knee joint with torn ligaments; and tendons and tendonitis in the knee joint.