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    Default Arm problems

    Hi everyone,

    I'll try to keep it short but I've started fencing again after 7months off due a bowel removal and reversal ops, I fenced ok really, apart from the gained weight the only problem I have really is that I'm losing strength in my fencing hand half way through a match, from forearm to hand it goes dead and I can hardly grip my foil, at the moment I can't do weights due to still recovering, does anyone have any suggestions to either strengthen arm or reduce the loss in feeling? I dont grip too hard either.

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    I think there is some internal swelling somewhere near to your shoulder that causes problem or pain in arms.I think you should consult with an orthopedic surgeon.

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    Apr 2011


    I am just recovering from an extenisve arm problem. Temporarily lost the use of two fingers on sword arm during de. Had to withdraw Anyway neck was the issue and I would advocate going to a good sports physio first rather than a surgeon. You could visit your GP and get a scan first if you prefer.
    Have to say the physio was perhaps one of the most painful experiences I have had but goodness me has it made a difference
    Hoping it is a simple and easily fixed problem for you

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    Aug 2014


    I am just recovering from an extenisve arm problem. I think you should consult with an orthopedic surgeon.
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    Smile Try alkalizing your diet

    Although this might not seem like the thing to do but try adding something called a 'super greens powder' to your diet. You can find them online and in your local health / organic store. Basically, it's like drinking a 6-8 servings of vegetables a day. I can swear by it. It has given me way more energy, my workouts last longer and I feel better overall. Try it out, I think it will definitely help you especially with 'recovery'.

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