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Injury Rehab State Of Mind

November 7, 2019

What is injury rehab?

Injury rehabilitation is a safe, therapeutic approach to helping individuals effectively treat pain and achieve optimal performance. Targeted exercises to help you return to pre-injury function. ... 

 

Active individuals, athletes, trying to avoid injury is almost impossible especially if their line of work requires them to be in great physical condition. Fractures, sprain and strains, rips and tears on the playing field, on the job, or serious series of injuries from an accident can sideline anyone. 

 

An injury both physically and mentally can take a toll on an individual. There is a sudden change in lifestyle due to that injury, and that can be very scary for anyone.  If your job requires you to do heavy lifting and suddenly you've strained your back, Your source of income and physical ability to do your job is affected. Lifting heavy items is one of the leading causes of injury in the workplace.

 

Traumatic injuries, broken bones requiring surgery, back injuries, and neck injuries, are common car accident injuries that can dramatically change one's life.

 

Whats the next step after an injury? 

 

The right mind set, patience and injury rehab.

 

Common injuries like pulled muscles, strain, sprains, shoulder injuries, knee injuries and fractures or dislocations will require time and patience.

 

The 3 stages of recovery from injury:

 

  • Phase I—Reduce pain and swelling.

  • Phase II— Exercise, cardiovascular training.

  • Phase III—Strength, flexibility, muscular endurance.

 

Overuse injuries healing for instance requires not using the injured muscle, tendon, ligament, or bone until it has healed and the pain has gone away.  Injury rehab will include injury recovery exercises that focus on getting healthy, strong, and active again. This helps rehabilitate the injury, and prevention of an injury reoccurring.

 

Injury rehab testimonials

 

Actor Kevin Hart suffered serious spinal injuries in a car crash had to undergo back surgery . Through a grueling physical therapy and injury rehab program he has worked his way back to normal function through core strength and exercise in the gym. 

 

Having hope and a positive mindset is key to injury recovery. Taking time out, spend time focusing on on recovery during an injury allows the mind to heal. Don't worry about the job, the pressures, timelines.

 

The recovery process after a car accident can be grueling – doctor's visits, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy.

 

“REACHING ACROSS MY BODY & BEING EXTENDED, I DO A LOT MORE THAN JUST HOLD THE FOOTBALL,” CONNER SAID, PER STEELERS DEPOT. “FOR ME TO BE MY BEST OUT THERE, I WANT TO HAVE THE STRENGTH AND RANGE OF MOTION, SO IT JUST TAKES TIME AND I’M MAKING GREAT PROGRESS. I ATTACKED REHAB EARLIER TODAY.” Pittsburgh Steelers running back James Conner

 

“I’ve dealt with injuries. I’ve dealt with rehab. I know what it takes and I know when that time is. It’s no rush. It’s no rush. I do what to get back to the game, but I’m not going to rush it. I’ll be ready when the time comes.” Los Angeles Clippers All-Star Paul George

 

"I peep the energy and I smell the doubt, but I’m going to taste the victory!!" John Wall is only five months removed from a rupturing his right Achilles tendon.

 

“And so begins my Journey… back to health and wellness through fitness. My journey back to a stronger sense of who I am, the hard task of staving off depression through mental and physical challenges,” Melyssa shared on Instagram.

 

“I’m not 100% yet: my coordination is still off; I fall down a lot. My pain levels are through the roof. I’m existing in a body that’s a little foreign to me. I don’t know HOW to be injured. But I’m trying. And all of you, who have rooted for me, prayed for me and cheered me on…” Melyssa shared on Instagram.

 

"Our body can withstand almost anything. It’s your mind that needs the convincing. For the past couple of months, without much success, I’ve been attempting to at least take one step. Yesterday my mum managed to make me take three steps, and it took a whole hour," she added. 

 

"My traumatic injuries on both my feet made me question if I could steer myself in any direction I choose. None the less, a few understood and pushed me to additionally reclaim myself and relook at my directions." Sbahle Mpisane @fitnessbunnie_sbahlempisane

 

“This is more than I could have ever wished for,” he said. “I always wanted a full recovery, and I planned on it, but the fact that I’m doing this good is such a blessing. I work out every day. Even if I’m not at therapy I’m at the gym, doing exercises here (at home).

 

“I believe I’m going to have a full recovery. They say it takes two years for a full recovery, so being almost half a year in, I’m doing pretty darn good I think. It honestly is a miracle.” Ryan Kolonich

 

"After not being in physical therapy for so long it feels so good to be back in the gym. Something as simple as standing takes so much effort when it used to come so natural i wouldn’t even have to give it a second thought. I’ve used these leg braces more in the past month than i have in the last year that I’ve had them. It’s still messy but there’s a start to everything and there’s always room for improvement Exercise truly is medicine. Being able to move, exercise, and be healthy is such a blessing." laurenrosee on instagram

Love the process and be grateful for every step along the way. It’s a slow process but quitting won’t speed it up. You have to believe in what you pray for💛 #adaptandovercome #sci #spinalcordinjury @gymsharkwomen


Advice from the injury doctor

 

"Injuries require us to put our lives in perceptive, to fight, to grow. We are actually only human. Start believing you going to make a full recovery. Living your life right now is what matters. There’s so much to be grateful for. Injury rehab is hope."

 

Dr. David Delman, Pain & Injury Doctor in New York with clinic locations in Brooklyn and New York is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine.

 

Recovering from injury requires work in-order to return to full strength and function -- regain your beautiful life back.

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