As Cristina said, there will be bright spots in the future. We probably won't be free of the negative bits, but the bright spots will be there.
On another point, something I've learned from champions in different sports is never to consider things as losses, rather as unexpected opportunities. It's a bit counterintuitive to change the framework as we tend to establish judgements around certain events as good and bad early on in our lives, but this mindset is important in order to continue in any endeavor in the long-run, which is really where we succeed.
I always like to think about Bruce Lee's "Be water" philosophy (https://youtu.be/cJMwBwFj5nQ
). We need to be formless and adjust to the situations life puts us in, whether that's a cup, a teapot, or a knee injury.
A short, simple example is my problem with my Achilles. It's forced me to consider other methods of training that will put less impact on my body and particularly on my Achilles. This will benefit me as a whole because I have more options to keep myself fit instead of just continually running my body into the ground and breaking down as many of my college teammates have done.
I can't tell you what opportunities these "setbacks" represent for you because I'm not in your shoes. But if you take some time to meditate and reflect on them, you might find out you already know the answer.