Golf Rehab Program
Golf can become a serious sport and with the luxury of golfing can come the added stress on your body. Muscles that are normally used can become tight and sore. Joints can stiffen and make the entire golfing experience painful. Learn the secret to a better swing and a more comfortable game. We offer fast and easy steps to help you with your flexibility, lessen the pain and altogether better scores.
Even if you have not had success with other treatments this program is for you. We address the root causes rather than merely treat the symptoms.
This results in a more long-lasting relief and is highly effective in preventing a recurrent problem. Our advanced hands-on techniques will promote a fast recovery and may help conditions where all previous therapies have failed.
Benefits of Our Golf Rehab Therapy Program:
• Easier, more flexible, more fluid swing.
• Reduced soreness in shoulders and back.
• Improved walking and standing.
• Improved scores.
• Start seeing immediate results.
• Improved balance over the ball.
• Learn how to avoid future problems.
How long before benefits are realized?
Following a first session, approximately 75-80% of patients can notice an immediate improvement in their condition. The more chronic and severe the condition, the longer it takes to respond.
Be Wary Of…
Therapists treating golf injuries who don’t understand the golf swing mechanics. You cannot treat an injured golfer effectively without a thorough understanding of the golf swing.
Why Act Now?
Golf injuries, when left untreated, could lead to more serious problems that can affect your everyday life.
Back Injuries: According to a recent study conducted by Harvard University, the most common health problem faced by golfers are back problems. Almost 36% of the injuries golfers reported were back injuries. This occurs because a golfer sets up in a hunched position and twists the back during each swing. Make sure that you insert a back exercise into your workout regiment and always stretch the back before starting a round of golf.
Elbow Injuries: Elbow injuries is another common health issue faced by all golfers. This problem is similar to tennis elbow, because it is the inflammation of the elbow joint, muscles and tendons close to the elbow. The problem develops because of overuse of this part of the body. The average golfer swings a golf club anywhere from 80 to 100 times during a round of golf. This count does not include the several times you swing a club during warm up.
Shoulder Injuries: Injuries to the rotator cuff in the shoulder is a common health issue faced by golfers. The swing action places a lot of pressure on the tendons, as well as the sockets of the shoulder. This action can cause these tendons to tear. Again, make sure you insert a shoulder strengthening exercise in your workout regiment to cut down on the possibility of this injury.
Wrist and Hand Injuries: The hands and wrist are always a part of the body that must be strengthened. The wrist action that a golfer uses, as well as the impact of hitting the ball with a golf club, places a lot of stress and pressure on the wrist and hands. Some golfers develop tendonitis or carpel tunnel syndrome from playing a lot of golf and not exercising this part of the body enough.
Don’t put it off any longer. The longer you wait the more serious your problem may become. Don’t let your problem get to the point of no return. Call and schedule an appointment today and you will receive a Free Screening.