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    Posted: 03/08/2018 at 8:33pm
How does that help you?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote cole_ely Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03/09/2018 at 1:51pm
My back and shoulders don't need it so much as my legs sometimes.
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I had it done all the time for my shoulder and traps when i used to play tennis due to my injuries...and it helped a lot

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Effects are very short lasting. A couple of hours later I am as sore as before.
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A month ago I had to go to my chiropractor to search for a relief for my shoulder pain and yes , it helped a bit but the pain came back in ten days. BTW , my shoulder problem began just after I started playing with the new ball. Probably a coincidence....
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I think the polyball was also the moment my shoulders starts with small pains. Now i'm going to physiotherapist, but it doesn't help me. When i start playing, even an hour training, the injury is back again. I also tried dry needling. After a treatment the pain is almost gone, but wenn i pick up my blade the result is lost. I know it's better to take a longer rest period, but i like the game too much to stop for a longer time.i tried lighter blades and rubbers, and also faster rubbers so i have to work not that much with my arm / shoulder, but it does not fit my regular game.
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Maybe you should try to change your technique a bit. Use less shoulder and more legs
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