Central Connecticut State University

Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries

 

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  • Athletes are encouraged to schedule an appointment for treatments and rehabilitation.
  • Treatments often take 45 minutes to 1 hour, so please arrive on time.
  • No rehabilitation will take place 15 minutes before practice time.
  • No athlete will be allowed to receive treatment or rehabilitation in the athletic training facility during practice time without the permission of the head coach.
  • The student-athlete is expected to follow their prescribed treatment or rehabilitation program - athletes who fail to keep scheduled rehabilitation or treatment appointments will be reported to their head coach.
  • Treatment and rehabilitation programs are to be continued until the athletic training staff informs the student-athlete to discontinue - it always takes more than one treatment to recover from an injury. The more consistent the student-athlete is with the treatment regime, the quicker the recover.
  • CCSU's athletic training staff will not perform rehabilitation of any injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents or job related accidents in which litigation is being pursued.
  • CCSU's athletic training facility is limited to providing rehabilitation of injuries sustained by current student-athletes.
  • At times a rehabilitation program may produce minor residual discomfort. It is the student-athlete's responsibility to communicate directly to the athletic training staff their pains and concerns regarding their rehabilitation program.

 

 

1615 Stanley Street, New Britain, CT 06050  860.832.CCSU or toll free instate 1-888-733-2278


 
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