The Use of Imagery in the Rehabilitation of Injured Athletes

in The Sport Psychologist
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  • 1 Tulane University
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The purpose of this treatise is to provide an educational text that (a) cites existing literature supporting a mind-body paradigm for rehabilitation from psychophysiological and psychomotor perspectives, (b) demonstrates the application of imagery techniques within the chronology of an athletic injury, and (c) describes the performance-related criteria to which an athlete can compare his or her progress during rehabilitation. The chronology includes the period of time preceding the injury, the attention given to the athlete immediately following the injury, and the subsequent rehabilitation program leading to the athlete’s return to practice and competition. Examples of imagery experientials are used to illustrate its application throughout the chronology.

Lance B. Green is with the Department of Physical Education, 105 Reily Center, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118.

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