Athletic Injury Self-Efficacy Questionnaire (AISEQ)

1.    I am confident that I can perform all the required rehabilitation exercises
2.    I am confident that I can follow directions from my physiotherapist
3.    I am confident that I can remember all my rehabilitation exercises
4.    I am confident that I can do my rehabilitation exercises when I am tired
5.    I am confident that I can do my rehabilitation exercises when I am in a bad mood
6.    I am confident that I can do my rehabilitation exercises when I feel I do not have the time
7.    I am confident that I can do my rehabilitation exercises even though I am feeling some discomfort
8.    I am confident that I can do my rehabilitation exercises regularly no matter what
9.    I am confident that I can follow the rehabilitation schedule outlined by my physiotherapist
10.I am confident that I can overcome any obstacles that may hinder me from regularly doing my rehabilitation exercises
 
task (3 items)‚ barrier (3 items)‚ and scheduling self-efficacy (4 items).
 
0% (no confidence) to 100% (complete confidence)
 
 

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