A good golf swing puts almost every joint in the body to the test, relying on the flexibility of the spine, shoulder, hips, and pelvis. Excessive use of these joints and muscles while playing golf can cause strain and injury in any part of your body.
Golf injuries can cause a range of symptoms, including:
As experts working with joint and muscle problems, chiropractors can help treat golf injuries, as well as preventing them in the first place.
Through the skilled and effective application of chiropractic manipulation, our skilled and experienced chiropractors will help restore the balance of your body and relieve pain. By aligning the spinal bones perfectly, and ensuring that the muscles, joints and ligaments are in good condition, the entire body can function at an optimum level, reducing the risk of injury when playing golf.View our company video here
The main causes of golf injuries are:
We can offer help for the following golf injuries:
Caused by the overuse of the joints, muscles, and ligaments in the elbow, as well as a poor swing follow-through, golfer’s elbow can cause pain, inflammation, restricted movement, and swelling around the elbow.
Many golfers adopt a bent-over position when playing, which can put a significant amount of stress on the spine. Poor technique, poor conditioning, and trauma can also cause golf-related back pain and injuries, including soft tissue damage and mechanical dysfunction.
A poor swing technique and the premature release of the hands at the top of the backswing can lead to the inflammation of the tendon, resulting in pain in the wrist and at the base of the thumb.
This is mainly caused by excessive twisting of the ankle or wearing the wrong footwear while playing.
Usually caused by poor posture, repetitive overuse, and poor technique, which limits movement and causes pain.
In whichever area you’re experiencing pain in, don’t continue to suffer. Find out how chiropractic techniques can help relieve your pain.
Over the years, we have supported patients with a wide range of golf injuries, helping them to recover full movement and live free from pain. Many of them recommend us to their family and friends due to the effectiveness of the treatments they’ve received.
If you are struggling with pain as the result of a sports injury or you need advice, please get in touch – our friendly, professional team is ready to help. Call us and chat with one of our friendly staff on the below number.01302 969 501
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