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Possible Injuries for Progressive Reactions Short < 4 weeks Sprains, sprains (1 st or 2 nd degree, bruises, simple dislocations Long > 4 weeks Fractures, orthopedic surgery, general surgery, 2 nd or 3 rd degree sprains/strains and debilitating illness Chronic (recurring) Overuse injuries i.e., tendinitis, stress fractures, compartment syndrome, 2 nd or 3 rd degree injuries Termination (career ending) Spinal cord injuries, extensive hardware implants (screws, plates etc.), multiple surgeries with declining benefits, persistent debilitating or incapacitating illness
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Progressive reactions of injured athletes based on severity of injury and length of rehabilitation (Hedgpeth & Gieck 1999) Length of rehabilitation Reaction to injury Reaction to rehabilitation Reaction to return to play Short-term < 4 weeks Shock Relief Impatience Optimism Eagerness Anticipation Long term > 4 weeks Fear Anger Loss of vigor Irrational thoughts Alienation Acknowledgement Chronic recurring Anger Frustration Dependence or Independence Apprehension Confident or Skeptical Termination (career ending) Isolation Grief Process Loss of athletic identity Closure and Renewal
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Personality Factors and Relationship to Injury STRESS LEVELS TYPE A & TYPE B HARDINESS COMPONENTS
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