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.
Secondly, how do you get rid of shoulder pain from badminton?
Rotator cuff injury
You should aim to increase your training gradually in order to avoid overloading your muscles. If you suffer a rotator cuff injury, rest and immobilization using a shoulder brace will help with recovery.
Similarly one may ask, can playing badminton cause tennis elbow?
You can develop tennis elbow by doing any form of activity that involves repeatedly twisting your wrist and bending your elbow or using your forearm muscles. Examples include: playing racquet sports (tennis, badminton or squash) or sports that involve throwing (javelin or discus)
How do you stretch your arm after badminton?
An inefficient set up position to smash caused by poor footwork will increase the risk of lower back pain. Good ankle and hip stability will greatly decrease the occurrence of pain in the lower back when doing repetitive explosive lunging and jumping movements.
Badminton is a fantastic full-body workout. The rapid movements, jumps, smashes and crunches while playing badminton will help build up your muscles to make them leaner, stronger and fitter in no time. It tones the legs, calves, glutes and quads, as well as the core, back and arms.