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Injury Recovery Journal by BounceBack

Injury Recovery Journal

$ 48.00 USD

Journal will arrive between December 16th-20th
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Experience the ultimate guide to navigating your orthopedic injury recovery. Our carefully crafted 20-week roadmap seamlessly integrates the power of research and real-world experience, providing you with a helpful and user-friendly tool. Inside, you'll find essential trackers to monitor your progress, injury-related cartoons to brighten your recovery grind, and a thoughtfully curated toolkit of actionable activities, all rooted in psychology. This is your roadmap to recovery, designed for success and growth.

  • Sturdy hardback cover (8” X 11”)
  • Spiral bound to lay flat
  • Functional bookmark to find pages easily
  • 202 pages

Tracker (20-weeks)

Gaining insight into your recovery involves embracing different viewpoints. To foster this perspective, we offer:

  • 1 five-month milestone view
  • 5 monthly check-ins
  • 20 weekly reflections and funnies
  • 100 daily entries (each week has 5 daily entries instead of 7 to allow flexibility for missed days).

Toolkit (8 exercises)

Based on a blend of peer-reviewed literature and firsthand experience, we compiled several user-friendly activities. These are designed to guide your recovery journey, starting from the early stages of making sense of your injury to expressing gratitude by crafting an impactful thank-you for those who supported you along the way.


Incredible resource for individuals recovering from a significant injury/surgery!


Nathan Lilley, PT, MPT, OCS, CSCS

Evolution Physical Therapy

I have been an orthopedic/sports physical therapist for the past 25+ years and have rehabbed numerous individuals following significant trauma or surgeries. The mental and psychological side of rehab is often overlooked by the orthopedic community. This journal is a great resource for my patients to measure progress, set goals and reflect on every step of the journey. It is well thought out and even incorporates humor along the way. I often say the “long road is the best road” to my patients and this journal is a great way for them to reflect on the emotional and psychological aspect of recovering from an injury. Highly recommended.

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