GOLF PHYSIO IN ADELAIDE
Is pain affecting your game?
Find out how we can help with our specialized GOLF FIT MOVEMENT ASSESSMENT.
This special 60 minute session includes:
16 point 'golf specific' biomechanical assessment with experienced Physiotherapist
Manual therapy techniques to optimise your movement and quickly relieve your pain
Personalised home exercise program to keep you feeling well and moving your best, leading to longevity and enjoyment in your game
Golfers need to develop an underlying stable athletic foundation and to develop tissue resilience that can tolerate the forces being placed upon them.
The use of strength and conditioning as part of professional golfers training is well and truly engrained and is becoming more widely used and accepted amongst amateur and professional golfers.
The golf swing requires a mix of explosive power, strength, stability, flexibility, and athleticism.
Perhaps more importantly is the development of the deep core stabilisers and improving the efficiency and co-ordination between the shoulders/upper body, trunk and pelvis.
The modern day professional golfer really is now seen as an athlete first and a golfer second. Their training reflects this.
We should be encouraging all golfers from beginners to elite players to develop this mindset and look to improve their general athleticism and aerobic capacity that will lead to improvements in your game.
As Physiotherapists we are ideally placed to deal with common golf injuries, rehabilitation, strength and conditioning & performance needs of golfers.
Investing in your Movement Foundation through a Golf Fit screening will pay big dividends and allow you to unlock your potential as the best golfer you can be.
Dan O'Grady is a results driven qualified Physiotherapist and member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Dan has a special interest in helping golfers stay injury free and perform at their best. He has been working in private practice for 15 years. He is passionate about helping people to move better, feel better and get back to doing what they love.