This book presents a new perspective on so far neglected important areas in clinical sport psychology and sport psychiatry. The authors use the results of an empirical qualitative and transcultural study, to evaluate post psychological traumata of “physical injury” in sport. An ethnically homogenous sample (n=7) of Chinese athletes suffering from sport injury and achievement stagnation identified by key informants was included. Symptoms of case 2 met criteria for Major Depressive Episode in DSM IV TR, and Heart Kidney Deficiency Depression in TCM. Case 6 suffered from Adjustment Disorders with Anxiety and Depression, and Heart Spleen Deficiency Depression and Pain, case 7 had a history of Adjustment Disorders with Anxiety and Depression and Dysthymic Disorder, Heart Spleen Deficiency Depression. The book speaks to professionals in sport sciences, sociology, psychology and medicine. It specifically is of relevance for coaches, athletes, sport managers, mental training counselors and to anyone who is interested in serious sport practice.