Enhance Your Cricket Performance & Prevent Injuries

Badia Hand to Shoulder Center wants to help you keep your cricket game on point while protecting yourself from potential orthopedic injuries.

Cricket Player taking a swing - photo from e-blast for blog

3 Tips to Avoid Orthopedic Injuries

  • Warm Up and Stretch: Prior to any cricket session, devote time to a thorough warm-up routine. Dynamic stretches, such as leg swings, arm circles, and lunges, prepare your muscles and joints for the demands of the game. Pay special attention to your shoulders, elbows, wrists, and knees, as these areas are often prone to stress during cricket activities.

  • Prioritize Strength and Conditioning: Incorporate exercises that target the muscles utilized in cricket-specific movements, including bowling, batting, and fielding. Focus on strengthening your core, upper body, and rotational muscles to enhance your performance and reduce the risk of injuries.

  • Practice Proper Technique: Proper alignment and positioning will help protect your joints, muscles, and ligaments from unnecessary stress during gameplay. Seek help from a coach!

Enhance Cricket Performance with Specialized Orthopedic Care!

At the Badia Hand to Shoulder Center, we understand the unique demands placed on cricket athletes. With cutting-edge facilities and advanced diagnostic tools, we provide accurate assessments and personalized treatment plans to optimize your recovery and enhance your cricketing performance.

Are you seeking professional orthopedic care to optimize your performance on the cricket pitch?

Badia Hand to Shoulder Center specializes in providing tailored solutions to address the specific needs of cricket players like you.

Led by renowned orthopedic expert Dr. Alejandro Badia, our center offers comprehensive care for a range of cricket- related injuries and conditions. From wrist sprains and fractures to shoulder impingements and elbow tendonitis, we have the expertise to diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate your injuries effectively.

Patient testimony after a major SLAP tear repair with 4 anchors

Our patient is a Cricket player from Barbados who visit us after dislocating his shoulder. Preoperative Diagnoses: 1.Right shoulder superior labral tear 2.Right latissimus dorsi muscle strain Postoperative Diagnoses: Type 2 SLAP lesion of right shoulder Moderate subacromial impingement with bursitis Right Latissimus dorsi muscle strain Procedures performed :

1. right shoulder arthroscopic synovectomy and debridement

2. right shoulder arthroscopic repair of SLAP lesion (4 Anchors).

3. Limited arthroscopic acromioplasty with subacromial bursectomy

4.Arthroscopic thermal shrinkage capsulorrhaphy and labrum stabilization 5. CTM injection