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Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is an important ligament in the knee. When there is a tear or sprain in this ligament, it is called anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury. It is the most prevalent sports injury. This ligament gets injured when you jump and land hard on your feet or a direct blow to the knee. It results in severe knee pain, swelling, and inability to walk or move the knee. Physiotherapy can help avoid or delay ACL reconstructive surgery. It will help reduce pain and inflammation, strengthen your knee and lower limb, improve muscle strength, and minimize the risk of re-injury.