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Vol. 52. Issue 196.
Pages 167-172 (October - December 2017)
General guidelines in the rehabilitation process for return to training after a sports injury
Pautas generales en el proceso de readaptación al entrenamiento después de una lesión deportiva
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Toni Caparrósa, Montserrat Pujolb, Carlos Salasc
a Insititut Nacional d’Educació Física de Catalunya (INEFC), Barcelona. SPARG Research Group, Universitat de Vic, Vic, Spain
b Consell Català de l’Esport, Generalitat de Catalunya, Esplugues de Llobregat, Barcelona. Departament de Fisioterapia, Facultat de Medicina y Ciències de la Salut, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (UIC), Barcelona, Spain
c Servicios Médicos Sanitas-Real Madrid CF, Madrid. Unidad de Medicina del Deporte, Hospital Universitario Sanitas La Moraleja, Madrid, Spain
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La readaptación a la práctica deportiva es el proceso interdisciplinar, específico e individualizado, que tiene como objetivo la óptima disponibilidad del deportista para la competición después de una lesión deportiva. Este proceso se lleva a cabo a partir del alta médica hasta el alta deportiva, e intervienen los diferentes profesionales del ámbito de la salud, liderados por el médico deportivo. Su planificación consta de 3 fases definidas por la acción muscular (isométrica, concéntrica y excéntrica), la cadena cinética (cerrada o abierta), la amplitud de trabajo (interna, media, externa y total) y la orientación de los ejercicios (general, dirigida y específica). La vuelta a la competición (return to play) debe ser consensuada a partir de información objetiva sobre la evolución de la lesión, el estado de forma, así como la propia percepción del deportista.

Palabras clave:
Readaptación
Lesión deportiva
Planificación
Return to play
Interdisciplinar

Rehabilitation for return to training is an interdisciplinary, specific and individualised process that is geared towards the sportsman's optimal availability for competition after a sports injury. This process begins after medical discharge and continues up to the return to play, involving the different professionals in the field of healthcare and led by the sports physician. Planning consists of three phases, defined by muscular action (isometric, concentric and eccentric); kinetic chain (closed or open); range of movement (internal, medial, external and total); and exercise orientation (general, directed and specific). Return to play must be agreed upon on the basis of objective information on the recovery stage of the injury, the state of fitness, and the sportsman's own perception.

Keywords:
Rehabilitation
Sports injury
Planning
Return to play
Interdisciplinary

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