Improve Your Golf Game with Physical Therapy

Improve Your Golf Game with Physical Therapy

One of the most common misconceptions about physical therapy is that it is only useful for people who have suffered injuries or who are recovering from surgeries. This is false! Physical therapy can be used as an excellent method to help maintain the strength of already healthy athletes and boost their competitive performance – especially on the golf course.

Lower Your Score with TPI Techniques

The Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) is an organization dedicated to furthering the science of golf and coming up with new ways to help golfers boost their performance and lower their score at the end of 18. Using state-of-the-art technology backed by modern medical knowledge, biomechanics, and nutritional expertise, the professionals at TPI are able to analyze a golfer’s swing and pinpoint areas where improvement can be made. Certification courses are also offered by TPI to medical professionals who wish to utilize the knowledge and teachings of the organization at their own individual practices.

A TPI strength and conditioning routine can benefit players in a variety of ways, including:

  • Eliminating poor swing habits
  • Minimizing soreness at the end of a round of golf
  • Improving stamina
  • Correcting swing posture
  • Reducing your risk of golf-related injury
  • Improving strength for longer drives
  • Overall improved health

Speak with a TPI-Certified Physical Therapist Today

Whether you are new to golf, are frustrated with your swing, or are simply looking to enjoy the game with fewer aches and pains, ProFysio Physical Therapy is here to help. Having achieved Level 1 Medical Professional Certification with TPI, Dr. Erik Hums and his team of skilled Aberdeen physical therapists can craft a custom-tailored physical therapy regimen designed to maximize your playing potential and allow you to enjoy a day out on the links with minimal discomfort.

Dial (732) 333-6360 or contact our office online today to set up an appointment!

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