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Problem with right hand
I used to regularly go to the gym Two years back , while doing bar dips, i had a kind of jerk and due to which i couldn't lift my right hand. There was no pain at all, just that i couldn't lift even a pound with my right hand. My trainer advised me to take rest . Eventually my hand became normal. So after a year i went to gym again, and after lifting the weight for some time, is I started experiencing tje same thing, my right hand became weaker than the left. I counsulted few doctors but none of them knew what exactly is the problem. What i noticed: When i do biceps exercise, i feel my biceps muscles are less involved as the right bicep is less pumped than right one and i feel as if i am using shoulder muscles to lift the weight. After exercise, i feel less of my right arm as compared to left arm and my ring finger and pinky finger feel less to me as compared to others. Also i feel good when i squeeze my forearm. There is no pain at all Just the weakness kind of thing.
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Hot fomentation. Gentle Stretching of Hand Muscles. Ball exercises. Wrist Exerciser.
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You should consult a physiotherapist for proper assessment, diagnosis and treatment.It can be due to shoulder muscular instability and can be ruled out by proper examination..
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Hello, You must have injured your shoulder rotator cuff (supraspinatus) / Labrum. Post traumatic disuse weakness after a long period of rest is common. Resuming gym workout after an injury is tricky and challenging. Before focusing on beach muscle training; You should focus on Shoulder stability exercises for first 4 weeks. -Scapular focused rehab approach, -Rotator cuff strengthening, -Lat muscles training > chest muscle training, -Forearm training.
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In order to rule out the primary tissue damage you should do an MRI for your shoulder.
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Consult a  Sports Physiotherapist for a detailed examination and exercise prescription.
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