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In what phase of the return to sport continuum is an athlete in who is currently back with their team and competing in games, but with restricted minutes?
You are assessing the readiness of a 16-year-old elite female soccer player to return to sport. She is currently 9 months post-ACLR with no knee pain, swelling, or laxity. According to the StARRT Framework, what risk tolerance modifier might affect the decision-making process?
When utilizing the StARRT Framework, what are the 3 categories we are assessing?
You are working with a collegiate athlete who has just been diagnosed with a grade III strain of the long head of biceps femoris. At first, he is really disappointed to be missing the rest of the season. You notice that he exhibits some negative emotions in the first few days such as anger and grief. In the next few weeks as you work together in his rehab program, he seems to be a bit more upbeat and is excited and optimistic with each new milestone. Then, just before returning to sport he becomes anxious and fearful. What would be an appropriate action from you?
How can we help athletes with the psychological responses to injury and rehab?