ACL Injury Rehabilitation : A Psychological Case Study of a Professional Rugby Union Player

@inproceedings{Carson2008ACLIR,
  title={ACL Injury Rehabilitation : A Psychological Case Study of a Professional Rugby Union Player},
  author={Fraser Carson and Remco C J Polman},
  year={2008}
}
The aim of this case study was to investigate the emotional factors and coping strategies used by a professional rugby union player during rehabilitation from anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury. A dominant (qualitative) – less dominant (quantitative) mixed methodological approach was established concurrent with the athlete’s rehabilitation. Twice monthly interviews and a self-report diary were completed throughout the rehabilitation process. Six questionnaires were used to assess specific… CONTINUE READING
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