If you are a golfer and you start having pain when you play in a certain position, you have a few options available to seek an answer. You can discuss it with your swing coach or a pro, try to compensate with a different position while you play, or Google your symptoms to figure out what’s wrong (we don’t recommend the last one).
Golf is a sport that looks easy but is certainly not. When playing the game, minute movements make all the difference - if your foot is only slightly turned at an angle, your whole swing could be off. Many golf instructors and swing coaches are great at teaching body mechanics and making sure your drives go where you want, and it really is challenging to play golf well without proper instruction. Where should you go when you want instruction that looks at your whole body?
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We’ve all had that visit to a medical office: you wait in the waiting room for at least half an hour, only to see your provider for maybe five minutes. Finding personalized care in any medical field can be difficult, and physical therapy is no exception. Finding the right person for your treatment is imperative. But how do you choose? How do you know if a therapist you’re considering is the right one for you?