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|Posted on 18 August, 2014 at 18:52||comments (4)|
|Posted on 6 July, 2013 at 16:33||comments (5)|
Is it any surprise many golfers suffer from back pain? The contortion of a golfer’s body coupled with a twisting posture and torque repeated 130 times for three to four hours leaves little room to NOT have back troubles.
"Most golfers go until they get hurt, then look for help," says Dr. David Stude, member of the ACA Sports Council and founding fellow of the National Golf Fitness Society. “Back pain is a warning sign that there is an underlying problem responsible for a symptom that will likely get worse. Doctors of chiropractic look for the cause of the symptom and help reduce the likelihood of future injury."
These tips to prevent or alleviate acute back pain can not only help your game, but save you from years of debilitating chronic pain:
Schedule your appointment today and ask about our Golfer’s Massage:
Piedmont Chiropractic Clinic
800 Columbiana Drive, Suite 100 Irmo, South Carolina 29063. 803-807-9960
|Posted on 6 July, 2013 at 16:05||comments (1)|
According to the Professional Football Chiropractic of Indianapolis, the average pro football chiropractor renders 30 to 50 treatments per week during the season. With the in-season (game-playing) duration lasting 16 weeks (not including quarterback camp, mini-camp, and pre- and post-season), 34 chiropractors conservatively give 16,320 to 27,200 adjustments to America’s superstars in just 120 days.