Of course there is… But it doesn’t need to be permanent.
I played a reasonable standard of football. Played for a lot of years with no injury more than a scrape, then in a training match went into a tackle badly and tore out both anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments completely.
I had to wait for an operation and the doctor thought that my muscle structure was sufficient I could probably carry on without a repair anyway.
I played much of the rest of the season prior to the op, dislocating my knee fairly regularly but it didn’t bother me (I’m an idiot).
Anyway, I got my knee fixed in the summer and did the rehab…
Despite having previously been happy to carry on playing with a knackered knee, once it was fixed I found I had lost my entire feeling of invulnerability on a football pitch and I was suddenly nervous.
You can’t play nervous, you’ll half-ass a tackle and that’s when you get injured again.
I had to go back to playing 5-a-side and friendly knock-arounds, going out running and just doing everything possible to simply enjoy running and kicking a football without the competitive element until I felt a bit more confident, then just throw myself back in again.
It might be time to just get to riding trails with friends or solo, just for fun and nothing more and slowly build back into it. You’ll get there, but remember that above everything we do these things to enjoy them.