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Bouncing Back After An Injury

You have had that unfortunate accident. You slipped down the stairs and ended up fracturing your shoulder or you swerved to the right to avoid that dog on the road and unfortunately hit a tree. Fortunately, you survived without any major injury, but you did your back a bit and are in some pain. Whatever the reason, there are times in most of our lives where we have some kind of sports injury or other little mishap that causes us quite a bit of strife unfortunately. How do you bounce back after this kind of setback?

Do everything possible

Of course, your main concern is to get the right kind of treatment that will deal with your injury and give you that long term healing you need. Consult your family doctor and GP and get the right medical advice and treatment you need. See a specialist if needed or get the physio that is recommended for you. You can also ask your doctor or physiotherapist for other options like acupuncture, which may help you to heal faster and get some pain relief. To be able to recover quickly and fully, follow the medical advice you get to the letter and do everything within your reach to help yourself recover fully.

Give yourself time

Most injuries unfortunately need time to heal, so as impatient as you may feel, avoid finding short-cuts that may not work in the long run, but look for options that will give you that complete healing you need and not cause long term health problems. Be patient as it may take time, but remain positive and work towards complete recovery.

Get some rest

For most injuries, in addition to physiotherapy and acupuncture, for example, you also need to get some rest not just for your body, but also for your mind. If you need time off work, get a letter from your health care professional or if you are a home maker for example, get some help from your partner or your family with the daily chores or taking care of the children or consider getting a short term nanny for your baby, as you recover. Along with the treatment and any medication, this would help your body to heal faster and it will also give you that peace of mind that will make things easier for you. If people around you don’t realise what you need, explain to them calmly and enlist their support.

Bounce back!

As you recover slowly and overcome this challenge in life, keep a positive attitude and return to your normal routine and lifestyle slowly. You’ve suffered a little setback, but don’t let that steal your joy! Bounce back with a vengeance and enjoy getting back to normal again!

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Name: Alice Hawthorn