Principles of Rehabilitation
The rehabilitation program of an injured player should be carried in a way to assure simultaneous quickest return of the player to training and competition while minimizing the risk of recurrence or future associated injuries. Herein, we discuss the fundamental stages of rehabilitation.
KeywordsRehabilitation Diagnosis Pain Injury
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