You are at risk of critical cricket injuries, whether you are a batter, bowler, or both (professional or just playing it in your downtime).
It’s a well-known fact that I’m a big cricket fan. You’ll find me relaxing at the cricket club in Hartlepool on most weekends. And since Cricket is known as a “lifelong” sport that can be enjoyed by almost anyone regardless of age or athletic ability, I wanted to touch on what happens when aches, pains, and minor injuries prevent you from enjoying the game so that you don’t end up sitting on the sidelines as I see so many happen.
Meanwhile, just the other week we had a patient in his shoulder and elbow (Derek, 56 from the Headland) coming to see us fed up with constant pain and pain. The love of the game took Derek through his years of childhood and school.
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However, chronic imbalances in the shoulder, weakness, and injury, however, caused him no choice but to throw in the towel. And just as Derek loves his grandson’s bowling the ball, he avoids anything strenuous out of fear that getting into properly playing a cricket game as he use to make the pain worse.
Can you tell the story? If so, let’s get back to playing cricket (or starting the game for the first time) without the common injuries so many of us can derail.