Professionals in sports rehabilitation, they need to be credited and should have be through a high path of education and specific courses or training to develop their skills within the field to a good high standard of diagnosing and working in rehabilitation, also when it comes to the range of clients and athletes being worked with they must, keep a professional standard throughout their career of being a sports rehabilitator. They need to have good knowledge on what they are dealing with and talking about to place the patience mindset at ease with the correct information for rehabilitation programmes. Physical rehabilitation and returning to play is the process of deciding when an injured or ill player may safely return to practice or competition (Phil Pask witty Pask & Buckingham chartered physiotherapists d.u.) Being a professional rehabilitator, gives one the responsibility of ensuring an athlete of any level is well enough to return back into their chosen sport and effectively treat them to get back into their known optimal performance levels in training or competitive style of physical activity. Their role as a rehabilitator may or can include; diagnosing an athlete in terms of the severity of an injury, putting them on the right path or programme of rehabilitation to ensure they get the highest benefits out of each rehab session. Also, they look at giving the injured/ill athlete advice and guidance on how they can independently deal with and treat their illnesses/injuries in the best way possible. International federation of sports medicine (2003) says the ultimate goal of the rehabilitation process is to limit the extent of the injury and correct or eliminate altogether the disability. In terms of the skills and attributes needed to be an effective sport rehabilitator, it can come down to their levels of education and credentials within sports rehab. BASRaT roles of rehab (2017) explains that, minimum level of education of a clinically focused BSc (Hons)… course content that must include how to asses, diagnose and treat a wide range on health condition. Also in terms of good client practice and respect towards the client’s dignity and privacy, a rehabilitator needs to keep up with and maintain a high code of conduct to keep the clients or patience personal information gave out in each consultation and each meeting they have with clients private and under good security for their eyes only, unless referral to GP is needed. This can then act as or be a cover for the rehabilitators back and give them reassurance and ensure that at any time if the client wishes to press legal charges or reports any information being misused or shown out of context, it will not likely come back on the rehabilitator, if each step within the confidentiality between client and rehabilitator is taken properly and seriously. When it comes to the attributes and skills of a professional rehabilitator some people may believe they should be approachable, friendly faced, well-spoken and polite. I agree with this but do believe that the knowledge and performance side of a rehabilitator is what would put one above the other on how good one would be or how an exceptional rehabilitator would be describe, although I also believe that a mixer of both opinions are necessary for a rehabilitator to work well with all clients.