I hurt it last year because I was tumbling And fell And landed on it. I recently hurt it two days ago to be exact. Also while tumbling on concrete and undercut my last backhandspring the pain arrived the day after. It even hurts to write i cried in class today. It also brings sharp pains throughout my back and in my neck.
It is really hard on your body to tumble on concrete! Undercutting puts pressure on the joint differently than a normal back handspring and that may have stressed the joint a little more than usual. You should probably rest your shoulder for a few days and not tumble if possible. If it doesnt feel better after a few days of rest and ice along with ibuprofen or if it is just too painful to stand it, then you should probably get an xray and let a Dr examine it to make sure you didnt do more than strain or sprain it. You may have just subluxated your back and if the xray is negative, it may help to see a chiropractor to pop your back into line. Tumbling is hard on the back and joints. I used to tumble and now as an older woman in my 40s I am paying the price with all kinds of disc and joint problems so be careful!
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