The Top 3 Reasons Your Swing Gives You Back Pain
Lower back pain is the number one complaint of golfer’s in terms of pain. It can keep you from shaving strokes off your game and potentially set you out a whole season. The good news is there is a reason for this back pain and there is a fix. This post will discuss the reasons as to how your swing can cause low back pain and how a few simple changes can provide relief.
There are several ways in which the back can become injured, however golf in itself can be the cause. You see it all the time when you're at the golf course; you see someone tee off and immediately grab their back. There is a possibility this could ever be you. There is no reason to suffer through that pain/tightness/stiffness when there is a solution. Don’t let your back pain drive a wedge between you and the first tee.
Common Cause of Low Back Pain
Putting a Plan Into Action
Although these tips are a great start to recognizing how your swing can attribute to your back pain, it is important to make sure that you see a professional who can make a proper diagnosis. A physical therapist will help you determine your exact issue; we will treat the root cause, thereby getting you back to the well-known path in no time. We want to see you golfing again, and it is our goal to make that happen.
Still not convinced? That’s ok! We understand that it might be difficult to come in and see a physical therapist, and that’s why we’re offering a free, discovery visit. Yes, that’s right. In our non-obligatory, entirely complimentary discovery visit, we’ll answer all your questions, relieve the pain, and give you peace of mind. You’ve got nothing to lose! Ask about our free discovery visit, right now.
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