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Discussion in 'Standup Technique' started by Span1shKn1ght, Oct 23, 2005.

  1. Span1shKn1ght

    Span1shKn1ght Orange Belt

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    Okay, I know this may not be the right forum so if it isn't, please be kind and redirect me to the right place.

    And now to my question, a couple of days ago my left shoulder started hurting... a lot. It was a dull, sore feeling that ran from the back of the shoulder up to my neck to the point that I couldn't look to my left. Also, my pinky finger on that hand was tingling.

    The next day, the tingling went away but the ache was still there and I couldn't look to my left without a sharp pain.

    Today, I can look wherever I want but my shoulder is still bugging me. Sometimes it wakes me up at night that's how bad it gets.

    I'm thinking I may have just pulled something in my back but does anyone else wanna chime in on what's going on?
     
  2. farmboy

    farmboy Banned Banned

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    What were you doing before it happened? Were you doing something that you normally don't do? Was there a particular thing that may have caused an injury? Grappling, lifting weights, got hit in the shoulder?
     
  3. Span1shKn1ght

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    The only thing I can think of is I was doing some sparring but I didn't take any shots in that arm. I went to the doctor today and they said it was either muscle spasms or tendonitis so it shouldn't be too much of a problem. Thank God they didn't say it was broken.
     

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