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How To Get Back To Golfing After A Wrist Injury

How To Get Back To Golfing After A Wrist Injury

Golf is a popular sport, especially during the summer months, but wrist injuries in golf are common, and they can really wreck your game, leaving you unable to enjoy a round at the weekend with your family and friends.A Common Golf Injury – Wrist ProblemsFor golfers that we see in clinic, wrist injuries are probablyContinue Reading »

Stop Back Pain After A Round Of Golf

Stop Back Pain After A Round Of Golf

For a lot of our patients, playing a round is a great way to relax, socialize and have fun. It’s also an enjoyable way to stay fit and healthy. However, if lower back pain stops you playing as often as you’d like, or leaves you in agony for days afterwards, it can be really frustrating. In thisContinue Reading »

Pulling A Muscle: What To Do And How To Prevent It

Pulling A Muscle: What To Do And How To Prevent It

Have You Ever Pulled A Muscle? Chances are you have… and you probably remember it clearly!   A lot of patients here at Functional Advantage Physical Therapy are often surprised at how easy it is to pull a muscle. Someone recently pulled a back muscle while sneezing!  They don’t realize how detrimental pulling a muscle could be toContinue Reading »

Golf Rehabilitation Benefits

Golf Rehabilitation Benefits

Golf is the most common summer activity that our patients do. It allows people to have social interactions while competing with friends, family, and colleagues. As with any sport, there are always opportunities for injury and improvement. Physical therapy can not only relieve pain from golfing, but also improve strength and mobility allowing players toContinue Reading »

How To Avoid Injury Head To Toe While Golfing

How To Avoid Injury Head To Toe While Golfing

Golf season is finally here! To make the best of the limited time we have with nice weather, we want to make sure you’re prepared to head out on the course without experiencing any pain. Here are six areas of the body, from head to toe, that are prone to golf injuries and some tipsContinue Reading »

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