Chiropractic treatment is ideal for helping golfers relieve pain and enjoy their outings more. Virtually every golfer plays with some kind of pain. Especially early in the season, it is more common than one would think. Most commonly, golfers deal with back and joint pain. Typically, this is a result of spinal misalignment, poor technique, or a combination of both. When your spine does not move properly, it is more susceptible to being easily injured. Additionally, many golfers who have been golfing for years have a prior history of disc disease or arthritis. Even if you are experiencing pain and limited range of motion, there is hope for your golf game. Here are a few tips to get you golfing with less pain.
Warm up properly
Golf requires extreme movement of the back and spine; therefore, you need to:
- Properly warm up before you start.
- Perform walking lunges will help to warm up your legs and hamstrings.
- Go through a series of gentle but stretching spinal rotations while keeping your hips very still.
- Practice your full swing in slow motion several times.
Top chiropractic treatment for injured golfers
If you have been injured playing golf, you should see one of the doctors at ChiroCarolina®. They are spine care specialists who use natural and gentle techniques to treat your injuries. They specialize in treating patients for chronic and acute pain, soft tissue inflammation, accidents, and sports injuries. When it comes to follow-up care, ChiroCarolina® stands above other area clinics. Dr. Rice, Dr. Saario, and Dr. Ali are passionate about relieving neck pain and providing high quality chiropractic care for their patients. They have delivered excellent chiropractic care to thousands of patients throughout the south: including North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Virginia, and Texas. Call them today for an evaluation of your work related injury. ChiroCarolina® is one of Charlotte’s top chiropractic centers providing top chiropractic care for the uptown, NoDa, and University area- located conveniently off North Tryon Street.