Whether you are a casual or pro-golfer, a good golf swing is essential to optimise your body’s efficiency and for injury prevention. At In Touch Physiotherapy, we support both recreational and professional golfers to help them address some of the issues that can arise from spending a little too much time on the course.
Some typical golf conditions include:
- Lower back pain (LBP)
- Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC)
- Golfer’s elbow
- Thoracic spine stiffness
- Medial Cruciate Ligament (MCL)
- Plantar fasciitis
- Trapped nerves
To address our golfing patients’ pain, our experienced physiotherapists will provide you with immediate pain relief through comprehensive assessment, making sure to identify any localised joints or soft tissue dysfunctions and implementing a tailored treatment plan.
To help you reach your maximum golfing potential, we at In Touch Physiotherapy have a holistic approach of examining your core strength, upper and lower body strength, stability, mobility, muscle length, force production, and biomechanics. This golf-specific physical screening will identify the weak links in your kinetic chain that lead to poor golf technique, loss of distance, and injuries.
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