to her doctor. Alysha saw her doctor and he said the same, then the rehabilitation process was begun with her high school trainer. Alysha didn?t see any legal concerns, since it wasn?t anyone?s fault that she twisted her ankle and the situation was handled properly and timely. Therefore there were no legal concerns with this injury. When wrapping up the interview Alysha said that she didn?t think her quality of life substantially changed. Yes, she had to sit out, and yes she had to work harder to get back to normal, but all in all lucky for her she was still able to be sociable and attend school and social gathering with friends. This is not the case for many which I learned in this course. Through models and different situations I learned that an injury can have just as much effect on you emotionally as it can physically. People may go through depression or be left out of social interactions with friends. In some situations depending on how long you are with this injury, you may even lose friends due to you being injured and unable to go out of your house. I have learned that many people feel that their life is nothing anymore once they have been injured, or if it strips away any hope of returning to that sport they lose their identity in a way. When you are so used to being an athlete and being sociable and then you are injured it is like a totally different life you must live now, and that can be depressing for most individuals which I have learned in this course over this semester.
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