After my shoulder surgery, I requested through my orthopaedic specialist for a physio centre that could help me rehabilitate to playing golf in 6 months. Working through my recovery with PhysioActive has been an eye-opener! My therapist walks me through every detail from day one and works hands-on tirelessly for every session. I’ve undergone treatment with many physio centres in the past year but PhysioActive is the one that truly delivers the term: PATIENT CARE.
An excellent golfer has precision, balance, flexibility, and finesse. Golf further demands fitness and mental preparation. Whether you’re a veteran or amateur, all players can benefit from expert golf physiotherapy and guidance.
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Make sure you choose experts for your injury care so that you recuperate faster without lasting issues. At PhysioActive, we specialise in effectively treating both acute – or sudden – injuries as well as injuries that have slowly developed over time. These include injuries from accidents or other trauma, sports injuries, and repetitive use injuries. A few examples are:
Injuries are very prevalent in the game of golf. Nearly 30% of all golfers will experience back pain after every round. Not to mention other ailments in the knee, hip, shoulder and wrist. Common lower back injuries include:
*Muscle strain or ligament sprain
*Dysfunctional movement patterns
Other common injuries experienced by golfers include:
*Shoulder pain – rotator cuff impingement
*Meniscus injury in the knee
Absolutely! At PhysioActive, we have applied evidence-based practices to our swing analysis and physical screening, meaning we can precisely see the areas where you can improve on. With a thorough screening process we can help you to create an efficient swing by improving your mobility (range of movement at a certain joint), or stability (the strength of muscle groups supporting certain joints). An efficient golf swing is crucial to better performance. Conversely, a lack of efficiency will cause incorrect/altered movement patterns, overstressing different structures in the body.
Yes. Our Golf specialist – Denis Mecklenburg, is a certified PGA Golf Physiotherapist with extensive knowledge in the treatment of Golf-related injuries and Golf specific biomechanics.