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MICROBREAKS - Saving muscles from overuse

Cornerstone Physical Therapy & Wellness - Sunday, July 08, 2018
MICROBREAKS - Saving muscles from overuse  Read More

Sports Injury Prevention

Cornerstone Physical Therapy & Wellness - Monday, April 02, 2018

Sports Injury Prevention  Read More

Pelvic Floor Discussion

Cornerstone Physical Therapy & Wellness - Tuesday, February 06, 2018
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How to Return to Golf Safely after a Back Injury

Cornerstone Physical Therapy & Wellness - Thursday, June 29, 2017

Injuries of the lower spine are very common in both the amateur and professional golfer. The golf swing creates a tremendous amount of stress and torque on the lumbar spine. Back pain plays havoc with our golf game. It does not allow us the flexibility or strength to maintain a proper golf swing. Even some of the most famous golfers deal with back pain and have had to have extensive physical therapy or even surgery to help get rid of their pain. You might recognize some of these professionals with a history of back problems: Jack Nicklaus, Seve Ballesteros, Fred Couples and Tiger Woods just to name a few. In the following article we will talk about common causes of back pain and how to safely return to golf after back injury or surgery.  Read More

The Debate of Walking vs. Riding during a Golf Round

Cornerstone Physical Therapy & Wellness - Thursday, June 29, 2017

The game of golf began in Scotland as early as 1457 and by 1744 the first rules of golf were established. The first golf cart was introduced in the 1930’s but, the golf cart did not become popular on golf courses until the 1960’s. For almost two hundred years, walking was the only way to play a round of golf. In this article, I will outline several of the benefits of walking the golf course versus riding in a golf cart including, benefits to your health, benefits to your golf game, and social advantages.  Read More

How Improved Flexibility can Improve Your Golf Game

Cornerstone Physical Therapy & Wellness - Thursday, June 29, 2017

Are you a golfer that is stiff every morning when you first get out of bed? Do you avoid the 7 A.M. tee time because you feel stiff? By introducing a few simple stretches into your exercise routine, you can increase your power, improve your consistency, and decrease your risk of injury. Flexibility is just one component in making your golf swing more efficient. Other components include balance, strength and coordination. In this article we will discuss how flexibility will not only make you a better golfer, but also a more consistent one.  Read More


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