Golf Physiotherapy Clinic

Whether you play golf professionally or as a hobby, we completely understand the frustration caused when you suffer pain, have a one-off injury or are dealing with a reoccurring problem.

Physiotherapy can help with a wide variety of golf injuries, from wrist injuries to non-specific back pain - and can also help you to maintain your fitness long-term and maximise your performance. Golf is a great sport that has many health and fitness benefits, but it is also quite demanding on your body as it requires strength, endurance, power and flexibility in order to perform a good swing. The effect of this repeated movement acting as a force on parts of the body can lead to many different types of injury. Our experience has shown us that these injuries typically tend to be specific to particular areas of the body in golfers, dependent on which is their leading side.

Research shows that most golfers injuries occur in the elbow, hip, lower back, shoulder and wrist areas of the body.
Common injuries include Extensor Carpi Ulnaris in the wrist, non-specific lower back pain, Tennis elbow, and Rotator cuff injury in the shoulder.

Our golfing physiotherapy service focuses on finding out what is causing your reoccurring injury as well as treating the problem as well, and we provide an integrated approach to getting you back on the green as soon as possible. We will give you a thorough physical examination in order to ensure we can provide you with the right guidance and treatment to treat your golf-related injury and help you to ensure it doesn't happen again.

Golf requires a lot more athletic ability than a lot of people realise, and consequently, this means that many golfers suffer injuries through poor conditioning, not warming up properly, poor technique and not enough practice. This can be overcome with improvement in technique, structured training and regular conditioning - which we can help you with as well as providing you with effective treatment if you suffer any injury.

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