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Leslie Podlog, Sophie M. Banham, Ross Wadey, and James C. Hannon

The purpose of this study was to examine athlete experiences and understandings of psychological readiness to return to sport following a serious injury. A focus group and follow-up semistructured interviews were conducted with seven English athletes representing a variety of sports. Three key attributes of readiness were identified including: (a) confidence in returning to sport; (b) realistic expectations of one’s sporting capabilities; and (c) motivation to regain previous performance standards. Numerous precursors such as trust in rehabilitation providers, accepting postinjury limitations, and feeling wanted by significant others were articulated. Results indicate that psychological readiness is a dynamic, psychosocial process comprised of three dimensions that increase athletes’ perceived likelihood of a successful return to sport following injury. Findings are discussed in relation to previous research and practical implications are offered.

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Britton W. Brewer, Adisa Haznadar, Dylan Katz, Judy L. Van Raalte, and Albert J. Petitpas

relevant to a given sport enhances physical readiness to perform in that sport, a warm-up consisting of a sampling of sport-related mental activities (particularly those associated with sport-performance benefits) could enhance psychological readiness for sport performance. Empirical support for the

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Monna Arvinen-Barrow, Nathan Maresh, and Jennifer Earl-Boehm

musculoskeletal sport injury rehabilitation programs, the aim of LAS rehabilitation is to ensure athletes’ physical and psychological readiness 6 , 7 to return to sport at preinjury (or higher) level of performance as quickly and safely as possible, while also minimizing any factors that could lead to reinjury

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29 29 1 1 Research Psychological Readiness to Return to Competitive Sport Following Injury: A Qualitative Study Leslie Podlog * Sophie M. Banham * Ross Wadey * James C. Hannon * 3 2015 29 29 1 1 1 1 14 14 10.1123/tsp.2014-0063 Motivational Factors in Young Spanish Athletes: A Qualitative

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Sandra J. Shultz and Randy J. Schmitz

psychological readiness ( Nwachukwu et al., 2019 ) and overall training (fitness) readiness ( Shultz et al., 2019 ) to safely return to sport that were only briefly touched on. The concept of psychological readiness for RTS has emerged in the last 15 years. In a systematic review examining the factors affecting

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Jay R. Ebert, Kate E. Webster, Peter K. Edwards, Brendan K. Joss, Peter D’Alessandro, Greg Janes, and Peter Annear

.1% Psychological readiness (eg, confidence, fear avoidance, anxiety) 47 64.4% I do not consider these tests that important 0 0.0% Knee strength 57 78.1% Functional capacity (such as jump and single leg hop tests) 66 90.4% I am not really concerned with the above factors, I leave it to the patient for when they

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Ian J. Dempsey, Grant E. Norte, Matthew Hall, John Goetschius, Lindsay V. Slater, Jourdan M. Cancienne, Brian C. Werner, David R. Diduch, and Joseph M. Hart

. It is probable that additional factors are driving the decision to return (eg, psychological readiness, type of sport, athletic level). 10 Regardless, it is concerning that these patients are returning to high-risk sporting activities with meaningful strength deficits. Previous authors 34 , 35 have

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Francesca Genoese, Shelby E. Baez, Nicholas Heebner, Matthew C. Hoch, and Johanna M. Hoch

.28.2.88 10.2519/jospt.1998.28.2.88 9699158 20. McPherson AL , Feller JA , Hewett TE , Webster KE . Psychological readiness to return to sport is associated with second anterior cruciate ligament injuries . Am J Sports Med . 2019 ; 47 ( 4 ): 857 – 862 . PubMed ID: 30753794 doi:10

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Megan N. Houston, Johanna M. Hoch, and Matthew C. Hoch

have become comfortable treating the physical impairments (ie, range of motion deficits and strength deficits). However, little is known about the psychosocial factors, such as injury-related fear, that contribute to an individual’s disablement following an ankle sprain. Physical and psychological

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Rosa M. Rodriguez, Ashley Marroquin, and Nicole Cosby

, Podczarska-Glowacka M . Imagery use in rehabilitation after the knee joint arthroscopy . Baltic J Health PA . 2015 ; 7 ( 4 ): 93 – 101 . 12. Ardern CL , Osterberg A , Tagesson S , Gauffin H , Webster KE , Kvist J . The impact of psychological readiness to return to sport and