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07-31-2012, 07:16 PM #35
thnx. i hope the medicine are sold everywhere. can't afford to fly to china just to buy this.
07-31-2012, 10:59 PM #36
A bit late into this thread but thought I'd contribute. No idea about the specific problem and it should be diagnosed by a professional but wanted to share some useful information I got when I saw a top sports phsyio about my back problems a few years back
Badminton players do a lot of backwards stretching and twisting movements, but often have very underdeveloped core stability around the stomach area. As a result the back is put under pressure where the mid area should be taking some of the load
If you're a badminton player I advise to look at doing (along with the ususal fitness and stretching) some regular and easy core stability exercises such as the following to help prevent back injuries
08-01-2012, 06:25 PM #37
08-05-2012, 02:06 AM #38
is there any possibility i can get this sudden-unnoticed-back-pain in the future? let say i jump smash, and upon landing suddenly the pain is back! or should i not do jump smash often?
12-06-2012, 10:19 PM #39
Back pain is a common thing that is experienced by badminton players. The most common cause is not warming up sufficiently before partaking in a game and not cooling down after a game. Both are equally important, especially in badminton.
Other issues that effect the back are week muscles (back muscles). in badminton, players have to jump, extend backwards/sideways at times these motions occur simultaneously over and over again. In these cases, the sensitive spinal tissues 9ligaments, discs and nerves) are irritated and inflamed. If this occurs over and over again, the individual may end with a bulging or a herniated disc (slipped disc).
Slipped disc (herniated/protruded disc) is common among those that play aggrasively and without warming up. I have treated dozens of badminton players for the same reason. My advice to them have been to warm-up, cool down and build up muscles in the low back to prevent a slip disc. And for those that have it to get treatment right away and those that do not know if they have it to seek professional help right away. One for of therapy that is effective for those that have a disc problem is the NSD Therapy. You can Google NSD Therapy and get more info on it. Hope this helped
01-06-2013, 03:19 AM #40
I do this.
Lie on your back with legs up 'L' shape. Then use a chair to support your legs. Lift your back a little and do it like 20 times. It helps.
01-06-2013, 10:49 PM #41
While it is true that exercise will improve the low back pain. However, it can also make it hurt more. For example, if the problem is coming from a slipped disc (disc protrusion, disc herniation, disc prolapse or disc bulge). In these cases the root cause of the problem needs to be addressed. Best way to find out, is if the "L" shaped exercise as mentioned in the message above cause discomfort or pain, then chances are that you have a disc problem. Also, you can get to do a self test as mentioned in nsdtherapy.com site. Visit the link below to see how it is done. However, this is only a tool and the best person the evaluate your condition is a professional (a orthopedic or chiropractor). If you suspect a disc problem, google nsd therapy Malaysia to find a center near you.
I hope that this helped.
02-24-2013, 10:59 AM #42
i have lower back pain for several months now. it ebbs and flows. it caused by a number of factors: poor posture whilst sitting, poor posture whilst walking up and down the stair, no or inadequate warming and cooling down, and last but not least, sitting in front of the TV and Computer Monitor for many hours a day.
what specialists should i go visit:
a. doctor. [which kind?]
02-24-2013, 02:00 PM #43
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02-25-2013, 10:21 AM #44
I'd like to repeat here what contless others have stressed time and again. Stretches and a decent warm-up routine are absolutely imperative -- more so once you've hit the 30 or 35 year mark, or more. Equally important is stretching and warm-down (or cool down) after you've finished your session. It doesn't take that long - maybe just 10 minutes before, 5-7 minutes after. Also, if you can begin your day with some really good stretches and breathing exercises, it will set you up nicely for the rest of the day.
02-25-2013, 06:00 PM #45
my first thought was that if it took at least a few days to recover then you might not as young as a teenager since older people, myself included, need more time to recover from muscle fatigue as well as a pinched nerve. also, if you don't play all the time or you played too much, it could means that you didn't allow your body enough time to recover, which could also cause you to perform a bad movement as mentioned in earlier posts.
my suggestion is that if this is out of the ordinary FOR YOU, then go see a doctor right away just to be on the safe side. i truly believe that when it comes to your health, nothing is more important than getting a peace of mind that you know your body is ok. and like some others have mentioned, seeing a chiropractor is not a bad idea.
the worst possible situation that i could think of is that there's a pinched nerve in your lower back when it hurts so much that it immobilized you momentarily. it happened to my father but it's up in the neck area but i figure it could happen to lower spine as well. that's why i think it's a great idea to get yourself checked out JUST TO BE SAFE. wish you a speedy recovery.
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