WHAT IS REATHLETISATION OF THE ATHLETE BY PROFESSIONALS?
For the athlete, competitor or not, perform the tasks of daily life is generally far from sufficient. The reathletisation is to readjust the body to specific acts of physical exercise practiced before and to the requirements to enable the athlete to return to “normal” training.
This is a process to re-train individually directly after the rehabilitation following an operation or soon after a pathology (illness or injury) or else after several months or years without active practice. It serves to make the athlete as soon as possible physically able to return to his best, whether for competition or for leisure sports.
Being more a sporting than a medical practice the reathletisation proves to be a necessary step for those who wish to resume strenuous activity after a particular injury, with a risk of relapse.