Hack 1 of 5 to Stop Pain with Less Cost: Insider Knowledge

Choosing the right Physical Therapist and right therapy practice is no small task and should not be taken lightly. When we typed in “Physical Therapist near me” into Google, we saw over 37 million results!!! It is incredibly overwhelming. How do you know one from the other? How do you know if they are any […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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. […]

Top 5 Drills to Stop Shoulder Pain and Increase Turn

Are you one of the many who pushes through a round of golf grabbing your shoulder and wondering why that thing is so sore?  Shoulder pain is one of the more common issues with athletes today, affecting about 1-2 in every ten golfers1, and often is a result of something other than the shoulder!  The […]

Fixing Back Pain in Women

In the United States, lower back pain (LBP) is the most common musculoskeletal injury, sustained by as much as 80% of the general population (1).  The same is true for golf, as lower back pain is the most common injury in the sport and affects up to 34.5% of the golf athletes (2)(3).  According to […]

Hip Mobility: It’s All in the Hip

You can get more than just laughs from the movie “Happy Gilmore.” Take the character Chubbs, for instance, who imparts the following words of wisdom: “It’s all in the hips, it’s all in the hips. … Just easin’ the tension, baby. Just easin’ the tension!” Oh Chubbs, how right you are! It is always great to […]

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