A player’s injury must be healed completely before he or she returns to sports activity/play.
- In case of a joint injuries, the player must have no pain, no swelling, full range of motion, and normal strength.
- In case of a concussion, the player must have no symptoms at rest or with exercise, and should be cleared by the appropriate sports physician.
The Media’s coverage about early return to competition by professional athletes following injury create the impression that any athlete with proper treatment can return to play at the same ability level, or even better.
It is important for players, parents, and coaches to understand that depending on the type of injury and treatment required, the young athlete may not be able to return to the game at the same level of play—regardless of the effort that is put into rehabilitation. Each athlete must take the necessary time that it takes to be cleared and properly healed.
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