Shoulder injury

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Shoulder injury

Postby eeksll » Mon Oct 31, 2011 10:20 am

Hello, anyone ever had a shoulder injury from cycling either through bad cycling form or overuse (not crashing) or possibly cycling aggravated an existing injury.

I play a bit of tennis and that is where the injury has flared up, so more than likely its tennis related, but I have never been injured tennis wise (10-15 yrs of tennis).

Seeing a physio at the moment, got some stretching and strengthening exercises.
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Re: Shoulder injury

Postby Baalzamon » Mon Oct 31, 2011 9:03 pm

eeksll wrote:Hello, anyone ever had a shoulder injury from cycling either through bad cycling form or overuse (not crashing) or possibly cycling aggravated an existing injury.

I play a bit of tennis and that is where the injury has flared up, so more than likely its tennis related, but I have never been injured tennis wise (10-15 yrs of tennis).

Seeing a physio at the moment, got some stretching and strengthening exercises.


I crashed a few months back hard on my left side, I had a cortisone shot in my left shoulder which settled it down. I'm now seeking physio for it as it's starting to act up.
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