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Wrist problem

Discussion in 'Injuries' started by bedon97, Jul 19, 2011.

  1. bedon97

    bedon97 Regular Member

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    Ive been playing badminton for a few months now. But I started having wrist problems when smashing and backhand clears. The pain goes away when im not playing, but it starts to hurt when i massaged it or when im playing. Can anyone tell me what is the reason for my injury and what can I do to heal it?
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    (the injury occurs in the red circle)
     
  2. extremenanopowe

    extremenanopowe Regular Member

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    too much usage of wrist work? Try less wrist work and more on the arms. Did you try putting on a firm wrist band? See a doctor is always recommended. ;) Swim to relax the muscles. ;)
     
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    Hi Extremenanpower! Any doctor to recommend for such problems?
     
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    extremenanopowe Regular Member

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    any doctor or physhio should be able to advice. i think they will just give you some heated oitment to rub on it. where is lala land? ;)
     
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    oooh.. oki.. u mean TCM doctor iszit? I'm fm Singapore.. lala land is my dream land.. hahaha.. i hav injure my rotary cuff.. seek tcm liao but no use.. rest for a month.. now bk again. guess its a permanent injure.. :(
     
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    There's a dreamland in australia mate. u went there yet? lol.

    Just rest the wrist and use more arm swinging when you play. It should help to put less pressure on the wrist. ;)

    I have not tried TCM tho. ;) What I meant was western physio. ;)

    Pain is a gift. lmao. ;)
     
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    oh.. well noted.. thanks.. i guess i shld start to swim more for recovery.... haha... thanks pal!
     
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    swimming is good for all kinds of injury actually. No impact whatsoever. That's what I did during those hey days. I have problems with knees, ankle, shoulder, neck, elbow and wrist. Now slowing down.

    Enjoy your swim. Don't knock on the wall during tumble turn ya. Need a coach to help you turn? lol ;)
     
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    LOL.. no worries.. i'm a swimmer...:p..
     
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    Lucky you a good swimmer. Your injuries should heal pretty quick. ;)
     
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    yea.. can swim but not a good swimmer.. thanks!
     

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