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Who Ordered the Soft Tissues and Dry Needles?

When we hear the mention of a “tight” muscle, many of us think of something being physically shorter than it should be. This is not always the case, and the tight description can sometimes take on a bit of a confusing description. When muscles are “tight,” they are not only in their shortened state, but […]

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Hip Mechanics

“Your handicap may lie, but your hips don’t”. -Shakira   Okay, so maybe my memory of Shakira lyrics leaves a little bit to interpretation, but one thing is for sure, our golf swing starts from the ground up in more ways than one. The first large rotary center (very important thing) that we reach on […]

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Teenage Boys: The Ultimate Muscle Builders

Puberty is a natural rite of passage that all boys go through as they transition into young men. The most common an­­­­­d superficial effects of puberty in boys are inconsistent changes in voice pitch, increased sweat production, body odor, underarm hair growth, and acne. GROSS, RIGHT?! What’s so good about becoming a man anyway? Well […]

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Screening: What Should We ACTUALLY Be Looking For?

If you have a new student or a new member joins, he or she may be asking for a few tips on some nagging, persistent, or even novel issues. Who knows, even you might be having some lingering pain. You are in luck! There are a few tools (screens) that have the potential to give […]

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Top 4 Questions to Ask BEFORE Scheduling Physical Therapy

Get the Full Guide Here This post is an excerpt from our Patient Protection Guide aimed at educating people in pain how to best help themselves. When you are not able to do what you want because of pain, there are hundreds of places to go and people to see to get better. Having options […]

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What Do Kids Call Exercise? Recess!

For the average child, making time to exercise in the traditional sense that most adults think about it, is not a priority. Long before a child worries about the brand they are wearing, what little Jane or John thinks, or even what college they will attend, they are thinking about when and where their next […]

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Return to Golf After Surgery

Athletic injuries are common occurrences for both the recreational and competitive golfer. Repetitive motion, muscle imbalances, joint stiffness, and pounding forces can leave the athlete’s body at risk for wear and tear and susceptible to injury.  Conservative treatment, such as rest, recovery, and physical therapy, can be very effective.  But sometimes, injuries lead to surgery. […]

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Real College Golfers’ “I wish I had….” List

We have had so many great high school golfers go off to college and they all say the same thing….”I wish I had…” With that in mind, we thought it would be helpful to list out the Top 10 things that we hear from our collegiate golfers and even post-collegiate golfers who are now playing […]

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"I am hitting the ball longer and straighter. My chronic back pain also improved quickly after starting at Par4Success. I just won the 2013 Herald Sun Golf Championship First Flight and attribute all of my success to the Par4Success Center. Do yourself a favor and do not wait as long as I have to seek out help."

Macon Tunstall

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