We specialize in treatment for golfing injuries. We will help you recover from injury, decrease future injury risk, and improve your golfing performance.

What is our approach?

We focus on analyzing all the information, in addition to your playing history, relevant medical history, and previous golfing injuries, to determine the cause of your pain. This approach allows us to individualize your treatment. In your evaluation, we will determine the cause of your golfing injuries. Next, we will work with you to outline the phases of our treatment plan. Once you have achieved the necessary goals (improved strength, improved stability, decreased pain, improved ROM), you progress to the next phase. The final phase is you golfing pain-free! We will work with you every step of the way.

We have the expertise

Titleist Performance Institute (TPI)

Our comprehensive approach is individualized to address each golfer. Our golfing evaluation involves:

  • TPI Physical Screen assessing body swing connection
  • Stance and swing posture
  • Swing analysis addressing common faults and deviations
  • Core strength and control
  • Regional stability and mobility
TPI Certification
level-1
medical-2

lower back injuries account for up to

34

percent of golf-related injuries

each year, an estimated

40000

golfers require emergency treatment

up to

41

percent of amateur golfers are injured every year

up to

90

percent of professional golfers are injured every year

Golf Injuries We Treat

Golfer's Elbow

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Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis) occurs when the tendons that attach to the inside portion of the upper forearm become inflamed. The most common cause of golfer’s elbow is an overuse injury from the repetitive rotation of the forearm swinging a golf club. The pain from golfer’s elbow often occurs due to arm weakness or poor technique with the golf swing. Inflammation of the tendon (tendinopathy) causes pain resulting from increased stress on the tendons. If the inflammation continues, degeneration of the tendon can occur, resulting in chronic (greater than three months) pain. Symptoms of golfer’s elbow are most frequently felt just down the elbow; however, pain can radiate to the pinky side of the hand and wrist.

Rotator Cuff Tendonitis

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Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis) occurs when the tendons that attach to the inside portion of the upper forearm become inflamed. The most common cause of golfer’s elbow is an overuse injury from the repetitive rotation of the forearm swinging a golf club. The pain from golfer’s elbow often occurs due to arm weakness or poor technique with the golf swing. Inflammation of the tendon (tendinopathy) causes pain resulting from increased stress on the tendons. If the inflammation continues, degeneration of the tendon can occur, resulting in chronic (greater than three months) pain. Symptoms of golfer’s elbow are most frequently felt just down the elbow; however, pain can radiate to the pinky side of the hand and wrist.

Lower Back Pain

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Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis) occurs when the tendons that attach to the inside portion of the upper forearm become inflamed. The most common cause of golfer’s elbow is an overuse injury from the repetitive rotation of the forearm swinging a golf club. The pain from golfer’s elbow often occurs due to arm weakness or poor technique with the golf swing. Inflammation of the tendon (tendinopathy) causes pain resulting from increased stress on the tendons. If the inflammation continues, degeneration of the tendon can occur, resulting in chronic (greater than three months) pain. Symptoms of golfer’s elbow are most frequently felt just down the elbow; however, pain can radiate to the pinky side of the hand and wrist.

Knee Arthritis

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Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis) occurs when the tendons that attach to the inside portion of the upper forearm become inflamed. The most common cause of golfer’s elbow is an overuse injury from the repetitive rotation of the forearm swinging a golf club. The pain from golfer’s elbow often occurs due to arm weakness or poor technique with the golf swing. Inflammation of the tendon (tendinopathy) causes pain resulting from increased stress on the tendons. If the inflammation continues, degeneration of the tendon can occur, resulting in chronic (greater than three months) pain. Symptoms of golfer’s elbow are most frequently felt just down the elbow; however, pain can radiate to the pinky side of the hand and wrist.

Wrist Injuries

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Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis) occurs when the tendons that attach to the inside portion of the upper forearm become inflamed. The most common cause of golfer’s elbow is an overuse injury from the repetitive rotation of the forearm swinging a golf club. The pain from golfer’s elbow often occurs due to arm weakness or poor technique with the golf swing. Inflammation of the tendon (tendinopathy) causes pain resulting from increased stress on the tendons. If the inflammation continues, degeneration of the tendon can occur, resulting in chronic (greater than three months) pain. Symptoms of golfer’s elbow are most frequently felt just down the elbow; however, pain can radiate to the pinky side of the hand and wrist.

Neck Strain

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A neck strain occurs when one or more fibers in a neck muscle or tendon stretches too far and tears. This injury, also called a pulled muscle, can vary in intensity depending on the tear’s size and location.

Shoulder Impingement

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Shoulder impingement is shoulder pain caused by connective tissue (a tendon) rubbing on a shoulder blade. Impingement syndrome is caused by inflammation from repetitive shoulder activities. Injury and aging are other causes.

Lumbar Disc Herniation

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Lumbar disc herniation refers to a problem with a rubbery disc between the spinal bones. This condition occurs when the soft center of a spinal disc pushes through a crack in the tougher exterior casing. Some herniated discs cause no symptoms; others can irritate nearby nerves and result in pain, numbness, or weakness in an arm or leg.

DeQuervain's Tenosynovitis

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DeQuervain’s Tenosynovitis is a painful condition affecting the tendons on the thumb side of the wrist. The main symptoms are pain and tenderness in the wrist, often below the base of the thumb.

Knee Meniscus Tears

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Knee meniscus tears are a common injury in which forceful twisting causes certain tissue in the knee to tear. The injury occurs in the rubbery knee cartilage that cushions the shinbone from the thighbone. The meniscus can tear with forceful twisting or rotation of the knee.

Knee Ligament Tears

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A knee ligament tear is a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in the knee. The ACL is tissue that connects the thighbone to the shinbone, at the knee. Most ACL injuries occur during certain sports such as basketball, soccer, football, skiing, and tennis

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