Posted on Apr 27, 2019

Muscle Healers Medical-based Injury Rehab/ Prevention & Sports Massage

Enhance your golf performance and play more pain free golf.
Golfers are turning to massage therapy for everything from pain relief, increasing range of motion and flexibility to injury prevention. At the end of the day, massage is a crucial element of any sport, helping to alleviate pain and stiffness, and also encouraging circulation and relaxation. For golfers, it’s all about finding the spots where pain and stiffness will impact their game, massaging those points and helping to restore flexibility and motion.

Golf may not be a high-contact sport, but there are still plenty of injuries a golfer can sustain, and massage can be an excellent technique for assisting both the healing and prevention of these issues. Massage can also be a wonderful way to increase flexibility, which can help golfers with their form.

Muscular injuries in the lower back, hips, shoulder and elbow due to the repetitive, one-sided nature of a golf swing

Head , neck and between shoulder blade soreness caused by the tightening of the body during the rotation and compression of the swing.

Golfer Elbow overworked arm muscles that need to be treated quickly and regularly as it can lead to ligament inflammation.

Below is a list of the primary used muscles during each phase of golfing that the massage therapist will addresses :

Golf Swing, Phase 1: The Address: Wrist Flexers & Extenders, Illiopsoa, Gluteus Maximus, Hamstrings, Adductor Magnus , Gastrocnemius
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