Sports Injury Recovery and Return to Play (article)

Injury is recognized as one of the most debilitating experiences among high-performance individuals (e.g., athletes, police officers, dancers, and soldiers). Despite a wealth of evidence highlighting the deleterious ramifications of injury, few sport psychology practitioners are sufficiently skilled to intervene in this relatively wide-spread challenge in sport and performance environments. This skill-building session addresses this critical need by building practitioner expertise in implementing evidence-based treatment strategies for achieving timely recovery and psychological readiness for return to play.

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Dr. John Heil

DR. JOHN HEIL, DA, FAASP, FAPA Dr. John Heil is a sport and clinical psychologist with Psychological Health Roanoke. He works with Olympic, professional and aspiring athletes, and has consulted at 3 Olympic Games. Dr. Heil also works in police and public safety, and in the medical field, where he is widely published in the psychology of sport injury.

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