Your Health, Objectively. Treating Everyone Right.
Golf? Injuries? Many may consider a low-impact sport such as golf to be relatively low risk when it comes to pain and injury. However, many golfers experience painful setbacks that stem from the stress that golf puts on the back and shoulders when swinging a club.
This week on In Your Corner with CORA, we’ve enlisted the help of Golf Fitness and Mechanics Instructors, Titleist Performance Institute Certified (TPI) Professionals, Chiropractors, Orthopedic Surgeons, former employees of the PGA and experts in all things golf to offer their advice on how you can improve your swing and your golf game. This week’s panel includes:
- Dr. Rick Lehman, Director of U.S. Center for Sports Medicine + CEO LehmanHealth
- Craig Broadbent, PT, TPI Certified, Clinical Director (Oak Ridge, TN)
- Lane Ferreira, DPT, Senior Clinic Manager (Jacksonville, FL)
- Tommy Callahan, PTA, TPI Certified, Golf Fitness + Mechanics Instructor (CORA Sawgrass)
- Dr. Chris Collier, DC, CSCS, TPI Certified (Level 2 & Level 3) + Owner of Elite Chiropractic & Performance (Chesterfield, MO)
At CORA, we’ve developed solutions that keep you on the course by breaking down your limitations and compensations. Why is this important? Our TPI certified experts are able to match your swing technique with your physical attributes to help you build a more injury free, repeatable and efﬁcient golf swing!
A quick screen can evaluate your biomechanics and help you make adjustments to your swing to avoid stress and injury. The screen helps address any pain points or limitations (even the ones that you don’t know exist) through a quick and thorough evaluation that includes:
- Golf Swing Biomechanics
- Injury Prevention
- Golf Exercise
- Golf Injury Rehabilitation
- Preventative Measures
When all is said and done, patients are able to improve mechanics and decrease pain points that may be inhibiting your ability to perform on the course. Identify your best swing from within to play better (even bigger!) and add distance to your golf game.
After all “…a properly functioning body allows a player to swing a golf club in the most efficient way possible”, MyTPI.com.
So whether you’re an avid golfer or more of a recreational player, you won’t want to miss this podcast panel loaded with tons of educational material and information created for golfers of all levels. CORA is in your corner with experienced partners, larger networks, and the resources available to deliver exceptional care to you — and uniquely for you!