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    hi people need abit advise.

    i was at training yesterday and we was working on the armbar some thing clicked in my shoulder and it was like pain but not great deal of pain.i can move my arm ok ive been putting deep heat on and taking pain killers but it dosent seem to be working it takes some of the pain away.is the somthing else that you can recommned to help me be4 training again on monday.

    cheers people.

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    If it's soft tissue damage - R.I.C.E. = rest, ice, compression, elevation; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RICE_(medicine)

    If you're not sure - see a physio (or your GP, if they happen to be good with sports injuries).
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    Iboprofen / deeep freeze!

    That's what I used lol.

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    Thai Oil ~ get your girl friend to massage it in ~ works over time as it keeps the tissue soft.

    Ice straight after training ~ then heat ~ then ice when that wears off and so on.

    It wont get rid of it staright away, but it will in time and will stop it getting any worse

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    Pain can also be relieved well at 4:20
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    Quote Originally Posted by C.K.A.Martial Arts View Post
    Thai Oil ~ get your girl friend to massage it in ~ works over time as it keeps the tissue soft.

    Ice straight after training ~ then heat ~ then ice when that wears off and so on.

    It wont get rid of it staright away, but it will in time and will stop it getting any worse
    I've never used Thai oil myself. Is it all that? The toilets in the Lumpinee happened to be on the other side of the fighter preperation area and when I walked through they were all on tables getting lathered in the stuff. It smells kind of like Tiger balm, which I love. Is it kind of a similar deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob T View Post
    Pain can also be relieved well at 4:20
    lol Rob knows the score.
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    Thai Oil is the same stuff as Tiger Balm but in a liquid format ~ so easy to spread over large areas and its the dogs

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    Add the thai oil to your bath,i'd picked up some pulls about a month back and the mrs suggested this so i tried it,it really went to work on the aches and pains and totally relaxed my muscles!
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    where can i buy this thai oil??
    its been 2 weeks now and my shoulder is still playing up.

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