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Discussion: Oblique (ribcage muscle??)
|May 4, 2012|
|Oblique (ribcage muscle??)|
Playing last weekend in a Senior's tourney, high 40's...ground ball down 3rd, I play to my right, pick up the ball, twist to throw to first..........OH MY GOSH,,,my left side is aching...played the rest of the game, had to sit 2hrs to the next game....tried to play, 1st inning, batting..hit the ball like a little girl to the SS...out by 20ft, wrenching in pain...I"M DONE!!! oh the pain in my left rib cage!!!
I've done ICE, some heat....it's Friday night 5/4/12....
REMEDIES??? What do you guys have that has helped get better...PDQ??? I tried to swing last night....to a live ball to a bat to see.....NOPE!!!
I'm shutting down till May, 18-20....tourney
"Big tourney" in 2 weekends in Dayton, Ohio...
I'd appreciate your input, guys, gals...Drs. PA's, PTs.....Sports Med folks..
Thanks in adavance
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|May 5, 2012|
|I had same thing happen two years ago. As I recall it was about 4-6 weeks before I could swing or throw or even run without pain. The only thing I know of is time to heal.|
|May 5, 2012|
|Time will heal it if give it 4-6 weeks. The issue is whether PT or other therapy will help. You probably need to see a sports medicine specialist who will take the appropriate picture and advise whether Pt or other therapy will help. Unfortunately, probably only rest will heal it. You don't want a chronic problem.|
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