Is back pain or stiffness holding you back from playing your best game of golf? Have you tried everything to ease the pain but feel let down?
"Have you tried everything to fix Golf-Related back pain and stiffness, but feel let down?"
Don’t sacrifice the lifestyle you desire over problems that can be fixed. That’s why we made this just for you.
A Message From Chris Finn,
Owner & Founder of Par 4 Success
The Truth Is...
At Par 4 Success We give golfers a clear path to longevity in golf - low scores, more distance and less pain.
It’s overwhelming to try to make a decision with all these choices… what will happen if you don’t make the right one?
Most people get stuck trying to make a decision about what to do next. They go days, weeks, months (even years!) without taking action.
When It Comes To Solving Something Serious Like Golf-Related Back Pain & Stiffness…
You must choose the right provider for your health. If you don’t, you could end up getting dangerous surgery (when it was unnecessary) or being dependent on addicting painkillers the rest of your life.
Getting the least-invasive, most natural treatment is VITAL to you stopping your golf-related back pain and stiffness and keeping it from ever coming back.
To do that, you have to not just treat the pain, but have a provider who is willing to figure out WHY the pain happened in the first place. That’s when you’ll get a PERMANENT solution to your problems.
At Par 4 Success we’ve created a 3 step process to get rid of your pain AND make sure it doesn’t come back again.
Step #1 - We Want To Listen To Your Story
Our medical system is frustrating. You wait weeks, sometimes months, for an appointment, only to get to talk to the doctors for 10 minutes before they have to run to the next patient and you’re left sitting there wondering, “What just happened?”
Even most physical therapy clinics operate this way. They’re not attentive, they’re fast-paced, and your therapist doesn’t have time to actually touch where you hurt.
This is why our first step is to listen to your story.
After working with lots of people with golf-related back pain and stiffness, we know that no two people are alike. Each person has a different body, a different history, and different types of pain.
That is why our first step is to have an open conversation and time for you to tell your story. That way we get a deep understanding of what’s going on not just with your body, but also how it’s impacting your game.
Step #2 - Find Out WHY The Back Pain Started
Many people have a diagnosis, or medical term for what’s going on with their body. Maybe their doctor gave it to them, maybe tests showed the diagnosis, or maybe you found it online.
You could have been told that your only choice was to rest, take painkillers, or even to start thinking about surgery.
Sometimes, those things bring temporary relief, but they’re not addressing what CAUSED the problem in the first place.
Every person’s cause of golf-related back pain and stiffness is different. No one has the exact same problem caused by the exact same thing as another person.
Our goal at Par4Success is to find that original cause of your pain, so not only does your back pain go away, it STAYS AWAY!
Step #3 - Get Rid Of The Pain & Keep It From Coming Back
This is when the big transformation occurs. We develop a personalized plan that allows you to…
…get back to playing your best without the fear of back pain and stiffness coming back.
…get back to lowering your score and improving your swing speed.
…be able to play the whole 18 holes without having the pain slow you down.
…get back to your pre-injury lifestyle you love.
Our best clients are those who are motivated and ready to win back their active lifestyle. (Even if they feel stuck right now!)
Want to know more about our availability and costs before making any commitment to coming in?
You don’t have to sacrifice the game you love over problems that can be fixed.
What Golfers Are Saying About Par 4 Success in Morrisville, NC...
I am now able to get better rotation in my golf swing without the pain or restriction I had.”