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5/29/11 What is rehab? The restoration of the athlete to a pre injury level of physical and psychological competitiveness Begins right after injury What you do in the beginning affect the outcome of the rehab process Not only physical, also psychological
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5/29/11 Who’s Involved? Athletic trainers Design, implement, and supervise program Coaches Strength and Conditioning Specialist Periodization can be used Exercise Physiologist Psychologist
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5/29/11 Therapeutic Primary is to restore normal body function after injury Conditioning Primary is to maintain or initiate overal fitness of the body Just because your knee is injured doesn’t mean you arms don’t work. .etc
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5/29/11 Components of a Program Min. swelling and control pain Reestablishing Neuromuscular control Proprioception and kinesthetic awareness Dynamic stability Preparatory and reactive muscle Consciousness and unconscious motor
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