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10-08-2010, 12:35 PM
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savage18ss
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Originally Posted by Lososaurus View Post
I can only imagine it's caused by shooting practice.

I had a beerleague and pickup game earlier this week and my back was fine. Only after a morning sticktime yesterday did my lower back really start to hurt. The main focus of the sticktime was shooting the puck( and puck protection/possession, if that matters ).

I shoot right handed, it's on my right side, a muscle around one's belt-line( just at the top or just above one's hip ) near the spine.

I've taken some ibuprofen hoping to dull the pain.

Does anyone have advice to prevent it or how to treat/deal with it?

Is this something you don't normally do? I remember the same exact pain, except on the left (left handed shot) after pick up/practice but this was when I was first starting to play and my body wasn't used to the movement. Usually lasted a day or two but it went away the more I practiced and my body got used to what was happening.

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