I was wondering what view point do people take when it comes to injuries and going to back to class. I know we all recover differently and what's good for one will not suit all. I have experienced injuries that I can train through and had those that have incapacitated me for months. My current experience is frustrating , the Dr has given me the 'go back when you are ready.' Which is cool cause only I know how I'm feeling. However I was told if I'm not feeling better in a month come back. In saying that though I have read up on my current injury and been told I should really wait for 10 weeks to allow recovery. My recovery feels as if it has plateaued and still ranges from uncomfortable to painful depending on what I'm doing. I cant help but wonder if this is good as it gets though. I'm busting to go back to class but so scared of going back too soon and ending up injured for a loooonger time. When returning after injury do you wait for it to pass 100% or would you consider a return to class at the 80% recovery mark ? A trip back to the Dr usually means saving for a month or two cause I'm on a tight as budget. I have started saving so by the time I have enough it would've been 10 weeks . I know some people will grill me but if someone had some serious knowledge or recommendations re going back while still partially injured and what intensity to train at it would be appreciated.