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Injury topic: stiffness in the neck, pain in the back of the shoulder and a strained bicep.
I felt sharp shooting pains on the right side of my neck and shoulder and soreness in my left arm on Thursday evening after my first round match. This turned into a deep seated ache on the left side of my body and made it difficult to sleep. When I spoke to the Loughborough physio, she recommended a few treatments to me.
I started my quarter final match today but reluctantly retired (at the BUCS individuals) due to a combination of strains to my neck, shoulder and bicep. This is probably from having played a lot of tennis over the past week combined with an extra heavy training schedule. Sometimes your body will tell you to stop and if this is to prevent further injury, the best thing to do is to listen.
I’m not a injury specialist but wanted to share my recent experience to hopefully help you to decide what to do in similar circumstances.