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    Thanks Ralph
    Any other ideas...
    i hv been resting for 2 months now and does not seem to be getting better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nematode View Post
    Thanks Ralph
    Any other ideas...
    i hv been resting for 2 months now and does not seem to be getting better
    if u wan , u can let me take a look

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nematode View Post
    I have a similar problem and my research points to what they call Shoulder Impingement Syndrome which plagues people who do a lot of overhead games like tennis, badminton, swimming, etc.
    My problem has persisted for 6 months now and i have stopped playing for 2 months. I even wake up in middle of the night due to the ache/pain. Like you i also find that if i play, the pain goes away after the 1st set and the shoulder is fine for a few days after. Then the pain returns...but recently i find the pain getting more consistent so i stopped.

    Standard treatments are long course of anti-imflammation drugs NSAIDs and steroid injections. In extreme cases operation. I am currently trying Chinese medicine.

    Anyway keep each other posted on this especially if you find a cure.

    Nematode
    Hi nematode...i'm really sorry to hear about your injury..mine wasn't so severe to wake me up in the middle of the night.
    You should definitely consult a physio...they will b best able to diagnose your injury
    My doctor had suggested only rest....i think resting the affected area should do you some good..and do hot fomentation...it worked for me.
    i rested my shoulder for about 3 weeks ...taking care not to even lift any heavy weights to put stress on them..Then i stared off slowly with the rotator cuff exrecises and those suggested by blind aim to strengthen my shoulder muscles.
    I wont say..i have fully recovered yet, thts because i havent resumed playing at full capacity..only light knocks, but i feel better already

    hope you get well soon
    Last edited by sayem; 03-31-2010 at 12:19 PM. Reason: add extra comments to the same post

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    Quote Originally Posted by blindaim View Post
    if u wan , u can let me take a look
    thanks Blindaim. where did u learn to treat injuries? i am seeing a Chinese sinseh someone recommended. let's see how.

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    thanks Sayem. hope u get completely cured too. i think my injury was a result of too high tension or heavy racket head. it happened when i changed to Nanospeed 9900. Played much better w it though ;-)

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    This mostly due to internal inflamation therefore you can buy those relieve heat pad from pharmacy. Apply it daily to relieve the pain. Or use hot oilment to gently massage.
    Make sure your body is dry and cover it after you apply. Make it hot but dont apply too much till you burnt your skin.
    The easiest way is to use: Ammeltz YoKo YoKO.


    Another exercise which helps to relieve is as below.
    You will feel pain in this exercise but i have a way to let you measure how effective of it.

    To measure how bad is your injury:
    1) Raise your whole hand from the side of body upwards.
    2) This will determine how high you can raise.

    To start your exercise. Imagine you holding a plate using palm and never let it drop.
    For example we say is right hand pain.

    1) Stand straight, open your palm and imagine you are putting a plate on it.
    which means your right thumb is pointing out pinky finger is on the left most.
    Keep it relax and no need to extend the palm to open.
    2) Staring from place your palm in front of your chest about 20cm distance.
    3) Turn your palm inwards, pinky finger turn into your chest first.
    4) Your palm is going to your stomach area and keep turning outwards and upwards.
    5) Make it turn over your head and return to the starting pose.
    Just like writing a "8". All the turning, you have to imagine you CANT make the plate fall.
    It will be painful on the muscle but if possible, make it 15 times and rest.

    End of the training, you can repeat this:
    To measure how bad is your injury:
    1) Raise your whole hand from the side of body upwards.
    2) This will determine how high you can raise.

    I believe you can raise higher than the original.

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nematode View Post
    thanks Blindaim. where did u learn to treat injuries? i am seeing a Chinese sinseh someone recommended. let's see how.
    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.

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    Try acupunture.


    Quote Originally Posted by Nematode View Post
    thanks Blindaim. where did u learn to treat injuries? i am seeing a Chinese sinseh someone recommended. let's see how.

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

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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.

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

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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

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodreaz View Post
    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
    which area of the shoulder?
    if u have a dislocated shoulder
    u can read here, see the picture.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=83246

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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.

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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.

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