How Well Does Your Body Move through the Golf Swing?

The golf swing is a complex movement that involves proper sequencing and timing of the body in order to hit the ball as far, and accurately, as possible. The best players in the world do this well and consistently. However, every one of their swings looks different. With such a variety of swing styles, how […]

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7 Stages of Long Term Athletic Development

Individuals can experience failed attempts to participate in organized sports when too much emphasis is placed on competition and not enough attention on developing proper athleticism (appropriate movement skills). If you have limited movement skills, you stop participating. Neglect leads to decreased interest in physical activity and failure to develop physical literacy, proper training to […]

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How North Carolinians are Saving Thousands on Healthcare

There is a new kind of healthcare in the Triangle that is rattling some cages, getting people back to doing what they love quicker and putting a LOT of dollars back in people’s pockets.     The Scariest Question Asked When a person calls to inquire about this new kind of Physical Therapy, they want to […]

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The Dirty Secret of Golf Fitness

Golf fitness at this point is nothing new.  It has been around for over a decade and is utilized by the majority of the world’s top professional players and amateurs.  So how come you can’t find a gym near you that does it well?  How come you can’t find a reputable online source unless you […]

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When Soft Tissue is Not Soft

What exactly are soft tissues? Soft tissues surround and support your organs and skeletal system to include muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, joints, cartilage, spinal discs, and fascia. Fascia is connective tissue that surrounds, connects, and supports everything in your body.   Soft tissue injury occurs when there is any injury to the connective tissue. Think […]

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DB Power Snatch

POWER = More Distance Off the Tee

There is a misconception that golfers don’t need to be strong or powerful.  In actuality, golfers require significant functional strength and power to perform at high levels and prevent injuries.   Although you aren’t carrying heavy loads on the course, very high and demanding forces are present due to the speed and multiplanar demands of […]

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hip joint

Hip Mechanics 101

The hip is a classic ball and socket joint formed by the femur, or thigh bone, and pelvis. The femur’s top end is shaped like a ball called the femoral head. It fits into a round socket found on the side of the pelvis called the acetabulum. Where the bones come together, or articulate, is […]

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scapular movement

The Shoulder is Like a Golf Ball?

What is the shoulder? The shoulder, or glenohumeral joint, is simply a ball and socket. This is similar to a golf ball sitting on a tee with a ball being the head of the humerus (upper arm bone) and the tee being the glenoid fossa (a socket formed from the shoulder blade).   Only about […]

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achilles tendon & plantar fascia

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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