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Shoulder pain
I am a cricket player bowler my shoulder pain a lot and if i rotate my arm i can here some noice too and my legs also pains a lot Deepak Age 36
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It can be due to some impingement injury in the shoulder.. You need a proper examination, diagnosis and treatment at a physiotherapy clinic. The pains in the legs and shoulder are due to muscular weakness/ overuse/ fatigue or your activities.
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Go to a physiotherapist.. Ultrasonic therapy +IFT +Heating therapy +some strengthening exercises will be helpful for sure.
Health Tips
At home.. Rest +hot water fomentation +pain killer gel +no heavy weight lifting +no jerks to the shoulder +no side lying on same shoulder +no cold exposure +no manual exertions.
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Dear Sir, I can understand your concern. This could be impingement syndrome. However a detailed clinical examination by an Orthopaedic Shoulder specialist is recommended
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Kindly visit this website. There are some short videos which will help you understand your shoulder better. Best regards
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According to your playing  pattern might be you are suffering from rotator cuff injury you should apply ice on shoulder And for knee pain use knee cap while playing
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if pain increase you have to take complete rest . .
Health Tips
for shoulder use ultrasound therapy
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