How Physical Therapy Can Up Your Golf Game
The basis of a good golf game is having a consistent, strong golf swing. The basis of a good golf swing is having proper form and a powerful, flexible core. A golf swing is a complex and multidimensional movement, with various body parts working in tandem. If one portion of your form is lacking, other areas of your body will begin to compensate and this could lead to a painful swing or possible injury. These issues include poor balance and stance, poor posture and decreased motion of the neck, shoulder blades, mid-back, and hips. Without proper training from a golf professional or physical therapy, the way your body compensates for these pitfalls could create unwanted injuries.
Discover the basics of a proper golf swing and how you can start bettering your golf game with at-home exercises and physical therapy today!