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Random Wrist pain

Discussion in 'Injuries' started by Many Ch0icez, Apr 5, 2010.

  1. Many Ch0icez

    Many Ch0icez Regular Member

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    Hey I sometimes get this random wrist pain whenever I play. (Not every time) It hurts like a bi*** and I am seriously starting to get mad. I 'm also somewhat scared I'm sure it's not that bad but I don't want to wear it to much. Could this be because of bad hitting technique?:confused:
     

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    did u do wrist warmup before the game?
     
  3. Many Ch0icez

    Many Ch0icez Regular Member

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    No >.> How do u wrist warmup. All i do is just casuallyhit the birdie , like doing a small clear.
     
  4. blindaim

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    nuttin is there , only the bone ulna

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    [​IMG]

    maybe your ulnar collaternal is injured.
     
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    Many Ch0icez Regular Member

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    Ok whats that last thing. And i justcme back form playing some squash since the badminton courts weren't open for a while. Then i played some badminton and it surprisiingly didn't hurt. but when i picked that squash racket up again it started hurting when I swung. But yeah thanks
     
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    wow those pictures are really cool
     
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    wow i have wrist pain at the exact same place! and it really does hurt like hell i tell you >_<
     
  11. blindaim

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    just follow the diagram shown above to strengthen your wrist.
     
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    Pains never end in badminton.
     
  13. blindaim

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    with proper stretching , warming up , cooling down.
    there is no pain in badminton.
     
  14. visor

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    Probably improper technique.

    Post up a video on youtube of you clearing, smashing, etc. and we'll be able to help you better.
     
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    hm yea but ive been playing two years without stretching and nothing has happended.. until now.. :(
     
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    until now , no injury ??
    or until now , injured???
     
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    um until now, injured? like this is the first time ive ever injured something quite badly in 2 years, without strentching or anything.. does that make sense? xD
     
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    Yes,Sports Injury can be prevented.For me,the gereral idea of warm-up is when you see the sweat starts beading up on your forehaed which means over all of your body temprature has risen one degree Celsius.Then you`re ready for stretch and then the dills or games.It doesn`t matter what you do for warm-up,jogging,rope jumping,etc.Sitting in the sauna and a steam room won`t help the circulation.For people who are not familiar with the climate where you play,put on your vest or some more clothes and fxxk the regulations.A game is not worth to get injured.
     
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    They are,and really helps.
     
  20. Screaminxx

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    i brought one of those wrist supporters and my wrist is actually getting better now :D
     

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