Asia Cup 2023: Shreyas Iyer reflects on his experience of back pain

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Shreyas Iyer’s return to the Indian cricket team has been a testament to his resilience and determination after battling excruciating pain caused by a slipped disc. The 28-year-old cricketer expressed his joy at rejoining the team and shared insights into the challenges he faced during his recovery.

Recalling his ordeal, Iyer revealed that the nerve compression resulting from the slipped disc caused intense pain, radiating all the way to his toe. He described the pain as excruciating, rendering him unable to adequately convey his condition to others. Following the injury, Iyer spent two days in the hospital and later took a rest period of ten days. He underwent surgery and subsequently spent three weeks in London for post-surgery evaluations.

Iyer’s journey towards recovery was marked by perseverance, with initial running sessions proving to be arduous. However, his focus remained firmly on the present moment and adhering to his rehabilitation routines. He emphasized his determination to live in the present and not dwell on past challenges or future uncertainties.

With his triumphant return to the Indian team, Iyer’s story reflects his positive outlook and his ability to embrace each moment. His journey resonates as a reminder of the power of resilience and determination in overcoming adversity.

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