Psychological Rehabilitation Techniques and Sports Injury Returning to Normal Daily Function
نویسنده: Dadkhah، Asghar؛
September 2005 - Number 3 (8 صفحه - از 29 تا 36)
"Factors that can either be helpful or harmful to the psyche of the athlete during the rehabilitation process include (Heil,1993): - Compliance with treatment - How well the athlete complies with the treatment modalities - Perceived effectiveness - How well the athlete perceives the rehabilitation process is progress- ing - Treatment complications - The amount of treatment complications, or the way in which the athlete deals with complications dictates the ath- letes' emotional recovery support can enhance both the physi- cal and mental rehabilitation process while negative social support can hinder it - Personality conflicts - The power driven athlete may feel helpless following injury, which may hinder recovery Factors that may interfere with effective rehabilitation include the following (Danish, 1986): - A lack of knowledge about the rehabilitation process - A lack of skill at a particular reha- bilitation task - A perception that the risks of treatment outweigh the benefits - Lack of social support The athletes' initial psychological reaction to injury The grief reaction. / Figure 2: Psychological factors in rehabilitation of athletes - Pain - How well the athlete deals with the physical pain of rehabilita- tion - Medication use - The amount of medication, the type of medication, and the potential misuse of medica- tion can have either positive or negative effects on the athletes psychological state - Social support - Positive social With serious injuries that are likely to result in a significant period of time out of the sport, athletes will often experience emotional distur- bances."
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