Treatment of Golf Related Injuries
Are you frustrated that you can't finish a round of golf without lower back stiffness and pain? Are you worried that playing golf will make your back worse?
If the answer is yes, then you are not alone. Whether you are a professional golfer or a recreational player, the incidence of reported lower back pain is between 25-54% of all golfers. Not to mention other common sites of injury such as the elbow, shoulder and neck.
Continuing to play through pain and injuries can often lead to further issues that could cause you to have to take an extended break from swinging a club. To reduce the likelihood of this happening, it is important that you see a sports injury specialist who will be able to help diagnose and treat your pain, as soon as possible.
This is where the Oak Health Golf Clinic can help. Our experienced osteopath and TPI medical professional has a wealth of experience and knowledge in diagnosing and treating golf-related pain. Using gentle joint articulatory, manipulation and soft tissue techniques as well as rehabilitation exercises we aim to get you pain-free and get you back to enjoying playing golf as soon as possible