Repetitive Stress Injuries from Golf
The gradual onset of repetitive stress injuries can occur when we stress our bodies in the same repetitive movement (ie. golf swing) over and over again. This repetition can cause gradual micro-tears and scar tissue adhesions to build up in the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia throughout the body. Soft-tissue mobilization, myofascial release, and adjustments can help correct and prevent repetitive stress injuries from occurring.
Prevent serious injuries by making sure your body has the strength, flexibility, and alignment to withstand your next 18 holes of golf!
Golf is a game that requires a balance of stability and flexibility. Receive personalized treatment combined with the exercises and stretches your body needs in order to maintain a proper balance of stability and flexibility.
Have you had a long few days of golf? Allow your body to recover properly by maintaining adequate joint motion, alignment, and flexibility.