By Keith Corbin, DPT
Nearly every professional golfer has their own team of medical & training experts including physical therapists to provide them pre/post round treatment in order to stay fit and at their peak week after week. Most recreational golfers demonstrate physical limitations that lead to some type of mechanical breakdown which ultimately affects their golf game. You may be experiencing inadequate strength, flexibility deficits, or joint pain & inflammation. These impairments will greatly impact your ability to swing a golf club with optimal efficiency. Our staff at Southland Physical Therapy has the experience and knowledge to help you treat your individual impairments and work together to improve your golf game!
We will help design and implement a personalized exercise program that will address and resolve the physical limitations that may cause you to swing inefficiently. By implementing a strength, conditioning, and neuromuscular workout to your program, this will help you develop a “muscle memory” to your golf swing so that you can be more consistent with your game.
Understanding the mechanics behind your golf swing is important. Here are some tips for a better swing which may also help prevent golf injuries. Try to: