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Do’s & Don’ts while taking therapy for sports-related injury - Ankush Wadne - Blog

Do’s & Don’ts while taking therapy for sports-related injury

Playing sports and expecting not getting an injury is like expecting the sun to rise from the west. Though it is excruciating to get injured, it is inevitable. Take any greatest athlete in the history of sports. They have been injured and bounced back from those injuries to become the greatest. There are rehabilitation programs after getting sports-related injuries that help in 100% fit and ready to play the sport we love. Sticking to the rehab routine and taking care of physiotherapists would be one of the most effective ways to recover from the injury. Avoiding a few exercises, performing in wrong ways, and procrastination will not help in rapid recovery. It may lead to more intense injury than it already is. Here are few do’s and don’ts that need to be followed while undergoing physiotherapy for sports-related injuries:

Do’s –

Share as much information as possible with physiotherapists:

Physiotherapists will be able to help you to the best of their abilities when you share everything with them. Holding some information back would work against you and lower the speed of recovery. However, it may lead to no recovery at all due to not getting the appropriate treatment as some information has been held. Be open and honest with the therapist. Share everything from the history of injuries, lifestyle, physical activities, and medications. A well-informed therapist will help you in the best way.

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Raise doubts and queries:

Ask questions regarding the injury and affected body parts. A well-informed patient will understand the treatment plan better and stick to it rigorously. If you have doubts regarding exercises you are performing and how they benefit you, raise queries and understand how it is impacting you. Ensure you are performing exercises in the right way and following the treatment plan by understanding the importance of everything. If you are unclear, it is your responsibility to ask about it.

Full commitment:

If you are fully committed to recovering from the injury, only then you will get the expected results and return to the sport you love to play. If you are not committed fully, you will not get the expected result and will be unable to recover in the time frame you are supposed to. This is a mental aspect to recover from an injury and should not be overlooked.

Don’ts –

Concentrating on pain only:

Rehabilitation from injuries is a painful process. It is difficult to wait to get back on active routine. There are many research studies that show the positive thinking about various aspects of life and sport will help in recovering faster from injury. If you concentrate only on pain, you will not get most of your treatment.

Thinking the therapist will get you out of it:

Physiotherapists are there to guide and lead you to the recovery path. They make treatment plans and change it according to the progress. But you are the one who needs to be an active participant and do everything to get yourself out of it. The therapist will guide you, but it is you who has to walk toward the light at the end of the tunnel.

Excess reliance on passive treatments:

There are various passive treatments including massage, acupuncture, joint mobilizations, soft tissue work, and others to help you in recovery. However, you should not rely on these treatments only. They play a crucial part, but active treatments such as physical movements, recommended exercises, and others should be followed strictly. Active and passive treatments will help you in a speedy recovery.

For fast recovery and attaining expected results from sports-related injuries, commitment and active participation are essential. At Nexus, our experienced physiotherapists will conduct a thorough analysis of injuries and design the best treatment plan for your recovery. Consult from the best physiotherapists in Pune and book an appointment right away.

Publish Date: September 26, 2018 10:29 AM

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