When you get injured, it's not just your body that suffers;
there are psychological repercussions, as well. What's more, this
mental aspect of an athletic injury can be even more difficult to
overcome than the physical limitations that it causes; it
encompasses the social, emotional, and personality effects that an
injury can have on an athlete.
Kathleen Kickish, a certified athletic trainer with a master's
degree in sport and exercise psychology, can help you get back on
the top of your game- physically and mentally. You can learn how
- ask the questions that can help you navigate the recovery
process; - increase self-confidence through positive thinking; -
trust and have confidence in your athletic trainer and other
health-care professionals; and - return to your sport ready to play
both mentally and physically.
This guide can also help you determine how your personality type
and other characteristics affect the ways you should approach the
psychological and physical rehabilitation processes. You can't
erase your injury, but you can control your attitude and perception
of it and ultimately Return to Play.
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