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    Pain in pectoralis minor
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    An_255883 posted:
    Since I started working in Golf course, I have been hitting a lot of golf balls. This is a repetitive sport and my chest muscle is strained. IBUPROFEN have helped, but the pain comes back when I start hitting balls again. I have never had this pain and again, I have never this many balls in past. Any ideas or experience in this matter will be appreciated.
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hello,

    Here is some information on muscle strains that you might find helpful. The link above has an overview of strains, home treatment tips and when it might be time to see a doctor about your pain.

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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