1. Tennis Elbow (Lateral epicondylitis) Tennis elbow is one of the most common injuries in badminton.
Beside this, can you get golfers elbow from gaming?
You don’t have to be on the tennis court to develop tennis elbow — you can get it by playing video games. The repetitive motion of gaming can damage the tendon that helps your fingers extend. You will feel pain in the elbow and forearm, which could reach down the entire arm.
In this way, can golfers elbow Be Fixed?
Conservative treatments usually work for golfer’s elbow. But if you’re still having pain after three to six months, you may need surgery. These procedures can remove damaged parts of a tendon, promote healing, and reduce pain.
Is badminton bad for the knees?
Younger badminton players also struggle with injuries and pain in their knees, hips, shins and feet. Achilles tendon ruptures are also fairly common within this sport, especially among older players.
This inflammation is caused by prolonged gripping activities such as when gripping a racquet during badminton. Tennis elbow causes pain when the outer part of the elbow (lateral epicondyle) is touched, and also if the elbow is straight and the hand is moved forward and back at the wrist.
Try the following:
- Rest. Put your golf game or other repetitive activities on hold until the pain is gone. …
- Ice the affected area. Apply ice packs to your elbow for 15 to 20 minutes at a time, three to four times a day for several days. …
- Use a brace. …
- Stretch and strengthen the affected area.
Start just above the painful area on the outside of the elbow, and using the index and middle fingers of the opposite hand, with firm pressure rub in a side to side motion working over the painful area gradually moving towards the hand. This can be repeated four to six times a day.
- Stretch the affected arm out in front of you, with your palm facing upwards.
- Relax your wrist, allowing your hand to rest and fall back.
- Using your other hand, pull the affected hand back and towards your body.
- Hold the stretch for about 30 to 45 seconds.
- Have a break (about 30 seconds).
- Repeat three times.