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MCL Injuries


Torn MCL Injury

The Medial Collateral Ligament (or MCL) is a band of tissue located on the inner portion of your knee, but not inside the joint itself. It connects your shinbone to your thighbone. The MCL keeps the knee from bending inward. It also contributes to the stabilization of the knee joint and helps the knee rotate.


If you have an MCL injury, this means you have sprained or torn the tissue. This can be a mild sprain, a partial tear, or a full tissue tear (also known as a rupture). Since MCL injuries are common in contact sports, they often occur along with ACL injuries.


There are three levels of severity for classifying MCL injuries. These are:


  • Torn MCL Injury - Grade 1 Grade 1 - This is considered an MCL sprain. The MCL has been overstretched but not torn. This is the least severe MCL injury grade.
  • Torn MCL Injury - Grade 2 Grade 2 - The MCL has been partially torn, but not completely torn in a Grade 2 MCL injury. You may notice the knee is slightly unstable when walking on it.
  • Torn MCL Injury - Grade 3 Grade 3 - This is a complete rupture of the MCL, meaning the tissue is in two separate pieces. This is the most severe MCL injury grade. It is likely that your knee won't be able to support your weight.

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Multiple wrap use


I have pain in my both of feet and knees. Can I use a knee wrap and a foot wrap at the same time?
If so should I alternate extremities or or focus on my ne side at a time.


Re: Multiple wrap use


Hi Taeter,

You can use the BFST wraps at the same time. Keep in mind, though, that you will need an outlet with space for both of the power supplies and a place to use while at rest.

You can also use the ColdCure products at the same time as well. However, after each 20 minute treatment with the ColdCure products, give at least 20 minutes for your body to regulate itself back up to room temperature before starting another treatment.

If you have any questions about the treatments, feel free to let me know.



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