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Shoulder pain from badminton
What do i do for shoulder impingement from playing badminton, the pain is for 3 months. Not severe pain.
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Mri shoulder And need to examine shoulder to make a diagnosis
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You need further evaluation clinical and radiological evaluation Following that doctor can tell you what treatment is suitable for you
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Go for decompression of impingement because continuous friction over tendon can cause some permanent damage. In your case Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy will give you long lasting results. Being a sports doctor i can suggest you to go for early management of your problem.
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If it doesn’t improve, you should get an injection
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Get a MRI done to know exact site and cause of impingement. You may need intrarticular/ intralesional injections for relief followed by arthroscopic intervention if pain fails to suffice.
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Share x-rays.
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