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recurring unknown shoulder injury
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Author:  nighitimare [ 04 May 2020, 05:57 ]
Post subject:  recurring unknown shoulder injury

it happened in the end of 2019 i went to smash a really high ball on the forehand and i missed and kind of stopped the movement of my torso but my arm kept its momentum so it twisted a bit to the side, it made a really crisp sound similar of crushing something in a mortar and pestle and i felt as if my whole arm had moved a whole cm downward but the pain took a bit of time to start like a very light burn, i went to the medic to see if it was something but there was nothing wrong with my x-ray or with the normal exam but it keeps happening whenever i try to do any sort of twisting motion with my arm, if anyone has ever herad of something similar please tell me

Author:  Retriever [ 04 May 2020, 07:44 ]
Post subject:  Re: recurring unknown shoulder injury

Maybe go to a sports doctor. Some general practitioners will "specialise" on sports related ailments.

Use this web forum for ideas but get diagnosed and treated by a qualified medical professional.

Author:  Gollum [ 05 May 2020, 23:22 ]
Post subject:  Re: recurring unknown shoulder injury

An x-ray will only show damage to the bones in your shoulder you need a ultrasound to check out for possible ligament damage. Bone damage can heal but if it is a ligament tear it will only get worse, if so like me you will need a shoulder reconstruction.

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