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injured back...shuld i get a back brace?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by bertbrainz, Jan 14, 2007.

  1. bertbrainz

    bertbrainz Regular Member

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    i am 18 this year and i think i sprained my back...nw i have problems stretching...shuld i wear a back brace/back supporter while playing?will it help?...i dunno wads it called...haha...:D:D:D
     
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    Visit a doctor...
     
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    haha...i visted the doc le...haha...but it doesnt seem to help
     
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    Yes, you should get a back supporter and go see another doctor and another and another until you find out what's wrong.
     
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    bertbrainz Regular Member

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    haha...lol...okok...but will it restrict ur movement?
     
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    yes.. and it might even exacerbate your injury depending what type of back injury it is
     
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    If you sprained or injuried your back,the best is to see the doctor and ask for his advise on doing highly-intenstive sport like badminton.
    In the mean time,don't do any sport at all.
    who know,you could be aggravating your current injuries.
     
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    lol...okok...thks for advices...=)))...western or chinese doc?
     
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    What's so funny?
     
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    No kidding, I don't see what is so funny. I guess if you can laugh at this, it's a positive mindset.

    Regarding which, whichever you believe in. Heck both. Just go see a specialist right away and stop posting about it here until you are recovered. :)
     
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    I think that if you use "lol" too much in instant messaging or forums, there tends to be a habit of typing it unintentionally...
     
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    Western would be better for seeing how the brace might fit into the equation, but I hear Chinese are good with rehabiliation. I suggest Western, first, though... because keep in mind that most medical in practitioners in China use the "western" approach anyway...
     
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    yup...it just come so naturally when u type lol in instant messages or forums...guys...thks alot...tink i will be seeing a chinese doctor...think it will help more...=)
     

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