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Recurring shoulder pain

Discussion in 'Injuries' started by sayem, Mar 13, 2010.

  1. blindaim

    blindaim Regular Member

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    if 2 months never recover , put heat pack oso useless.
     
  2. ralph_lee

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    Since you are in SG, there is a very famous long queue Chinese physician in JB Holiday Plaza.
    They are not traditional chinese doctor, most of them are graduate from Beijing medical school.
    From the queue for the past 10 years, you know it is good or not. haha.
    No need advertisement one. :)

    Those exercise can relieve the pain and improve the condition. No harm trying it. FOC also :)
    But for permenant solution, it is good that you visit no matter Chinese or western doctor. :)
     
  3. koowakchai

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    Try acupunture.
    :)

     
  4. blindaim

    blindaim Regular Member

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    wow so good...free.
    long queue because it is free?
     
  5. ralph_lee

    ralph_lee Regular Member

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    Haha, nothing comes in free in this world.
    From the queue for the past 10 years, you know this is so called quality service lah.
    If you didnt make appointment, dont waste your time to hope for miracle especially on weekend. :)

    Acupuncture works for certain thing but not all.
    It is good to let the doctor to decide what is good for you.
    In fact, I suffer the same thing as you many years back.
    I receive my treatment there last time and those exercise is they taught me. :)
     
  6. dyrtla

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    Acupuncture helps for MUSCLE PAIN.
    For bone problems, acupuncture will not do ANYTHING.
     
  7. extremenanopowe

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    A physio will do. With technology and good experience (if), they shd be able to find the root of the problem. Sayem, I want mango.. ;)

    I had the same problem when I was playing in australia, rest does help. Also go easy on the shoulder and use more wrist work. I always worry about my students using training/heavy rackets. Told them to be careful. Some even injured their wrist. Punishment for not listening I guess. ;)
     
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    hello. i have been having some pain in the shoulder area after playing badminton. it heals after a few days of rest but it kinda make a crack noise sometimes. is it serious.? what could cause this pain? bad techniques? i am so worried about it right now :crying:
     
  9. blindaim

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    which area of the shoulder?
    if u have a dislocated shoulder
    u can read here, see the picture.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=83246
     
  10. blindaim

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    Applying ice immediately to the injured area limits swelling.
    Place crushed ice in a plastic zip-lock bag with water added to make it softer or a cold pack on the injured area. To avoid frostbite, use a thin piece of material (tee-shirt) between the ice and the skin.
    Apply ice for 10-20 minutes every 2-4 hours. Stop if the area becomes numb. Numbness will usually go away after 30 minutes. Longer than 30 minutes use of ice at one time may cause more swelling or damage to the skin.
    Continue applying ice each day until the swelling is gone.
     
  11. blindaim

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    Practice range-of-motion stretching exercises.
    These exercises promote healing and prevent complications.

    Learn exercises that will help treat your specific injury.
    Learn methods of strengthening your muscles and joints to prevent future injuries.
     
  12. blindaim

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    you probably have injured your rotary cuff.

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  13. blindaim

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    pls stretch your rotary cuff before every game.

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    #53 blindaim, Apr 5, 2010
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    Right on the Spot!!!:D Definitely it's my rotator cuff...it's somewhere between shoulder bursa and acromion...

    Thanks Mr. Blindaim..

    I'll will try to follow your advice...:D
     
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    one more stretching on the spot
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    #55 blindaim, Apr 5, 2010
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    aaahh the picture explains it. it hurts at the rotator cuff area. so all i should do is proper warm up and make my shoulder stronger then? this is very helpful. thanks a lot!
     
  17. blindaim

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    pls rem to stretch before your game.
    usually i stretch 30 mins.
     
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    wow thats long compared to me. i usually take just about 10 minutes. no wonder i hurt my muscles
     
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    HOLY CRAP 30 mins!?!? for real????

    I guess I should ask how old are you but like I'm 19 and I only stretch like 5 mins.
     
  20. blindaim

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    that explain so many injuries here. haha
     

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