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A 41-year-old member asked:

How much time does it take to recover from a posterior cruciate ligament (pcl) sprain?

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Dr. Andre Panagos
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 24 years experience
Months: Depending on how severe the PCL strain is, it may take several months for complete healing.
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What is the recovery time for a posterior cruciate ligament (pcl) sprain?

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Dr. Jeffrey Sider
Sports Medicine 41 years experience
Mild sprain?: Typically the healing for a mild to moderate sprain would be 6-8 weeks a grade 3 or complete tear might require surgical correction.
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