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Old 01-18-2018, 12:01 AM   #1
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My child is very interested in playing tennis. Is there any problem if he play tennis when he is free from pain?
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Old 01-18-2018, 08:38 PM   #2
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It is very hard to give an answer to this, I'd suggest checking with the doctors.
I used to hit the tennis balls against a solid wall for fun.
A nice way to work on control & aim..
That way no collisions or falls.
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Osteoarthritis is typically a "wear and tear" joint condition though it can have an inflammatory component as well. Usually it affects older people.

Does your son's pain reflect osteoarthritis? If so, as Jo*mar suggested, checking with the doctors is a good idea.
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Osteoarthritis is typically a "wear and tear" joint condition though it can have an inflammatory component as well. Usually it affects older people.

Does your son's pain reflect osteoarthritis? If so, as Jo*mar suggested, checking with the doctors is a good idea.
I have spoke with our family doctor, he said that there is no big problem in playing. If I restrict him from not playing he may feel bad.
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