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Injury Rehabilitation
Pain is subjective. We cannot feel what you feel, and
facial expressions are typically not a good indicator to
some. It is something that must be communicated and
acknowledged throughout the entire process. We are
trying to get back to increasing your performance and
minimizing the risk of the reoccurrence of this injury or
welcoming a new one, so the last thing that we need to
do is " push " through the pain. However, with that being
said, some athletes choose to not push themselves at all
even when they are perceived to be healthy. You are an
athlete for a reason. You push boundaries and compete
with yourself or others each and every day. I am not
telling you to push through any pain, but I am telling you
to recognize the fact that if your baseline at this stage is
a three out of 10 on the pain scale, and you have a hard
session with pain not increasing over three, then you
have pushed yourself adequately. This is all a part of the
process and this has to be done appropriately and safely
with your rehab team all on board.
Some different pain sensations may be: throbbing,
burning, sore, pulling, tight, aching, shooting, stabbing,
dull, sharp, pulsing, pins and needles, and stinging, to
name a few. Do you understand the pain rating that
your rehab team may have discussed with you? Some
objective data may be collected that may include a
movement screen of some sort along with a range of
motion. In the post-rehab setting, your pain should be
controllable and not increase with movement. Do you
understand your pain and how to describe it?
The rehab process doesn't have to bring you down.
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I know it may be a long road for you, depending on the
condition being treated. Stay positive, and stay focused
on the process. We are measuring your progress daily, in
the form of a range of motion, manual muscle testing, or
your overall movement capabilities. In the weight room, I
am still expecting you to show up and get work in where
we can. It is up to you to want it. If you choose to not
show up, you are the reason you haven't met the goals
previously discussed. Are you a robust athlete? n
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T&C April/May

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of T&C April/May

Table of Contents
Editor's Letter
From Rehab to Robustness
Nutrition: Myth-Busting Nutrition Tips
Strength & Conditioning: Prioritizing Preseason Programs
2023 Tech Guide
Measuring Motion
Decreasing Injuries with Data
Tactical Transition
Developing a Strong & Powerful Base
Product Focus: NATA AT Expo Sneak Preview
Product Marketplace
Advertisers Index
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T&C April/May - Table of Contents
T&C April/May - Editor's Letter
T&C April/May - 5
T&C April/May - From Rehab to Robustness
T&C April/May - 7
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T&C April/May - 9
T&C April/May - Nutrition: Myth-Busting Nutrition Tips
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T&C April/May - 13
T&C April/May - Strength & Conditioning: Prioritizing Preseason Programs
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T&C April/May - 2023 Tech Guide
T&C April/May - Measuring Motion
T&C April/May - Decreasing Injuries with Data
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T&C April/May - Tactical Transition
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T&C April/May - Developing a Strong & Powerful Base
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T&C April/May - Product Focus: NATA AT Expo Sneak Preview
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T&C April/May - Product Marketplace
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T&C April/May - Advertisers Index
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