Prevention and care of golfer's injuries
Did you know that hip mobility has a large impact on the transmission of forces and mechanical stress on your back during the swing phase? Trunk, pelvis, shoulder, forearm and wrist mobility are also very important.
A good warm-up is essential prior to your golf rounds, but it is also important to maintain it daily, even if you are not playing. Most people are sedentary and in the sitting position during their workdays, this has a negative impact on hip modility. Do your stretches if you want to improve your game...
These stretches should be done pain free, a visit with our physiotherapist certified TITLIEST may be the beginning to finding your solution.
Other services for golfers:
Specific rotational testing to improve your swing
Functionnal exercise programs for golfers
Clinical treatments vor various golf related injuries
This service is offered by our golf expert, Vincent Adams, physiotherapist,
Certified TPI (Titliest Performance Institute)
Doctor in physical-therapy from Saint-Francis University, Pensylvania (USA)
Golfer in division I - NCAA
Participated to the NCAA Champioships on 5 occasions
NCAA team champion in 2010
The Titliest Performance Institute (TPI) developed a program to train Golf Professionals, Personal Trainers, Physical Therapists, Chiropractors and Medical Practitioners to understand the correlation between a golfer’s physical limitations and their swing flaws.
What does that mean?
Do you ever feel that you spend all that time at the range and never get better? Have you gone to a golf instructor, who informed you that you are “not making a good turn” or you are “coming over the top” or “you are swaying or sliding?” Despite your attempts to correct these flaws, you fail miserably.