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Foot and Ankle Pain in the Golfer

Ankle and foot pain in golf, while not the most common injuries, still affect a large number of people, so it’s important we address these issues and explain exactly what’s happening, why it’s happening and what it means. To start, we need to understand the basic anatomy of the foot and ankle. There are a […]

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Fixing Hip Pain for the Golfer

Hip pain is one of the less discussed types of pain when it comes to golf. Back pain, wrist pain, and elbow pain tend to get more media attention and are seen more in major events like the PGA Tour. Hip pain is simply less common, and often, issues in the hip muscles refer up […]

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Make the Most of Your Medical Appointment

One step the wrong way and that all too familiar pain shot through my hip. I knew my face to face time with the hip specialist would be very limited. With a complex illness, my experience has taught me how to get the most out of my time with the doctor. Insurance based medical practices […]

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Active Release Technique for the Golfer

There are many different methods to the madness when it comes to a golfer taking care of their body during before, during, and after (is there such a thing?) the golf season. Swing after swing, you are taking your body through a motion that it is not normally accustomed to in everyday life. When you […]

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The Broken Bridge No One Talks About: The Knee

Knee pain is a problem that we see very commonly in golfers here at Par4Success. It’s an interesting problem because usually, the knee is not the real root of the problem, but the symptom that the golfer notices. Today, we’re  going to educate you on the causes of knee pain and how they affect your […]

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Stop Pushing on Your Total Knee Replacement!

I have been working with total joint replacement clients for a decade at this point and it has always baffled me at why total knee replacement rehab is always so much more difficult than total hip replacement. How come after 3 months total hip replacement patients are back playing golf while so many total knee […]

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Better In One Physical Therapy Visit or It’s Free

The fact of the matter is that in Physical Therapy if the Physical Therapist is not able to improve how you are feeling even slightly in one session, the Physical Therapist should give you that session for FREE. Yes, FREE Why? Because if you spend your time and put your trust in someone who says […]

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Planning Your Pre-Round Routine

Pre-round routines can be a very confusing topic, and, surprisingly, is they are one of the harder topics for high-level players to master. For amateurs, it can be even more daunting.   If you think about how you prepare for a business meeting or a test in school, generally we all have a routine that […]

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Not So Common Elbow Pain

Elbow pain is an epidemic in the world today particularly with the number of hours spent on mobile devices and computers. Beyond the workplace, elbow pain is also a widespread injury in the game of golf. Today will discuss some not-so-common causes of elbow pain that are often missed when first looked at and, if […]

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Learning to Touch Your Toes in Less than 5 Minutes!

Other than maybe having some difficulty getting the ball out of the hole, it’s not intuitive why being able to touch your toes is important for your golf game. Not only will we explain why it is important, we will also explain how you can fix this problem in less than five minutes.   The Why […]

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