No athlete wants to be injured, but if you suffer a setback, it's crucial that you approach recovery the right way. We've got tips on how to rehab an injury, supplements you can take to speed the process, and motivational quotes and tips from pros who have suffered through their own injuries. Don't just sit on the sideline—let STACK help prepare you to get back in the game.
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Latest Videos in Injury Recovery
Pro Bowl QB Carson Palmer spent his off-season rehabbing from his second ACL surgery in hopes of making one last run at a Super Bowl championship. Tune in to see how he got his surgically repaired knee NFL-ready.
Pro Bowl quarterback Carson Palmer is battling back from his second torn ACL for one more shot at a Super Bowl title. Watch how hard he's working to get his knee, his skills and his conditioning back to elite form.
Pro Bowl QB Carson Palmer endured rigorous workouts at Prolific Athletes in Carlsbard, California this off-season in an effort to get his strength and conditioning back to elite levels following his return from last season's ACL surgery.
In addition to strengthening his knee and getting fit, Pro Bowl QB Carson Palmer dedicated himself to the fundamental skills of the QB position during his return from ACL surgery with the help of cutting-edge drills from his brother Jordan Palmer.
Dr. Tim Kremchek talks about D1's partnership with Beacon Orthopaedics to help the athletes they work with prevent injuries while training harder.