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Tips for a Good, Pain-free Golf Swing

I came across this article recently, which describes 5 excellent tips for being able to execute a golf swing properly. Sometimes our body is not prepared to do what we ask it to do. This is often the case when trying to perform a textbook golf swing. Your body must have enough rotational hip and spine mobility, with good core and gluteal stability to allow the movement to happen correctly and the power to transfer effectively. The article below goes into more detail on what impairments can be addressed in physical therapy to improve your golf game.

http://www.probalance.tv/5-tips-to-golf-pain-free-and-beat-your-friends-in-the-process/

As a physical therapist, I have had in-depth training in golf-related injuries and golf swing analysis, and can determine where there is a lack of mobility or possible weakness that is resulting in altered mechanics and/or pain. Contact us now to schedule an evaluation so we can start to address the issues before they lead to a more serious problem.

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