Understanding your Golf swing-how to play better with less pain
One of the biggest limiting factors to playing your best golf is a lack of understanding. Golf is an extremely mental game, but is physically taxing as well. Golf requires adequate range of motion in the head/neck, shoulders, upper back, hips, wrists, and ankles, as well as appropriate strength in core, hips, glutes, and other supporting muscles. It is possible to play golf with decreased motion and inadequate strength, but you can't play your BEST golf. At Cultivate Physical Therapy & Motion Lab we are excited to help you take your game to the next level. Whether you are just starting out or an experienced professional, we can help. We have Titleist Performance Institute certified medical professionals that are using the latest screening systems and movement analysis technologies-K-vest to monitor your swing. Appropriate strength and endurance are needed to maintain the proper golf swing all the way through the 18th hole. If you are someone who has back and shoulder pain during or after a round of golf we can help. If you are someone whose shots start good, but by the back nine start slicing, hooking, blocking and losing distance, we can help. Go to our website www.cultivatept.com for more information. If you are interested in a screen or would like to have access to our free e-book on taking your game to the next level, message in comments below or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org asking about the free e-book.
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