Sports Medicine

Golfers are notorious for developing injuries from not stretching properly before starting their rounds. Make sure that you don’t join the walking wounded by getting to the course early enough to include light stretching exercises into your pre-round routine. The Chiropractors listed below specialize in keeping Golfers on the course and out of the Valley Surgery Centers. Staying in shape helps avoid the rotator cuff, hip, and knee replacements that have become so common to our aging golf population.

Walking on the courses has become a rare occurrence instead of the norm, so make sure you incorporate into your exercise routine if you are not able to walk at the course you play, or take the opportunity to play the Municipal Golf Courses in the Valley of the Sun that provide excellent value and the option to walk or ride.

Curt Maynard, Wendy Weisflog, and Jason Buchkowski have been helping golfers with ailing backs for years in the Greater Phoenix Area. They are great at getting you back on the links after that wild swing finally gives you an excuse for poor shots and they even listen to your golf stories while they work their magic.

Mark Verstegen has helped professional and aspiring athletes at his Core Performance Centers here in the Phoenix Area strengthen their bodies to prevent injury. You can find him online or purchase his Core Performance books and start working to improve your fitness level, balance, and golf game right at home without weights.

Sumit Banerjee with his Birkham (hot) or Flow yoga classes can really help Golfers with their flexibility for increased distance. Lucky Scottsdale golfers can enjoy his two local facilities. McCormick Ranch Golf Course in Scottsdale features Michell Brown helping golfers learn stretching on the driving range.

Its your body and your golf game, take care of them, they have to last a lifetime! – Dr. Wendy Weisflog, Chiropractor – Dr. Curt Maynard, Chiropractor – Jason Buchkowski, Chiropractor – Mark Verstegen in Tempe – Sumits Yoga – Michell Brown

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