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  • Badminton Injuries

    Recent statistics reveal that badminton injuries occur at a rate of roughly 2.9 per 1000 playing hours. This means most committed badminton players will experience injury several times throughout their badminton career.

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    <p>Physiotherapist, talks about badminton and piriformis syndrome.</p>

    Physiotherapist, talks about badminton and piriformis syndrome.

  • Piriformis Syndrome - Badminton

    In badminton, piriformis syndrome is an injury to the hip that's often associated with the deceleration and lunging motions in the badminton strokes.
    Piriformis syndrome is characterized by a deep pain in the buttock, it can be on one side or on both. Sometimes there will be pain radiating down the leg if the sciatic nerve is being impinged by the tight piriformis muscle or there may be pins and needles tingling down the leg as well.


    In the inital stages, ps should be treated with the RICE philosophy or principle and that's in the first 24 to 48 hours.

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