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I bowled in cricket game, I am a right hand bowler, after one over bowling my hand's muscle is paining, this is happening from 1 week or more, such pain like that I can not use my mobile in my right hand, I have also wear a hand band, my hand is like insensitive after bowling, after 2 hrs it get it simple stage, but this happens again after bowling please help me.

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I bowled in cricket game, I am a right hand bowler, after...
Muscle relaxant medicine and do physiotherapy.
I bowled in cricket game, I am a right hand bowler, after...
Shoulder pain is common in cricket due to the repeated action of throwing the ball. In most cases shoulder pain is caused by rotator cuff tendonitis, which occurs when the tendons surrounding the rotator cuff become swollen. This injury is usually due to overuse. The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles which serves to protect the shoulder joint. Treatment will usually involve resting the affected shoulder and taking medication to reduce swelling and minimise pain. In cases where symptoms are persistent, surgery may be carried out to prevent injury in the future. The shoulder should be rested until it has started to heal; gentle exercises and physiotherapy will help to gradually build strength around the joint and increase flexibility and movement. It is important to allow sufficient rest periods between demanding sessions of physical activity. Exercises and stretches will help to increase flexibility and strength; this will help to prevent injuries in the future. Please consult orthopedic doctor or physiotherapist in person for detail assessment and management of your shoulder pain.
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