Oklahoma Pain Treatment Centers Providing Relief For Golfers With Chronic Pain
For golfers, it is important to maintain mobility, flexibility, and appropriate posture in order to avoid injuries while performing those powerful swings. With that being said, whether your summer is filled with casual golf games or you’re working towards becoming a professional player, our Oklahoma Pain Treatment Centers therapists aim to help golfers improve when injuries try to keep them out of the game.
First, think about the many problems that can occur in the body as a result of the repeated motions necessary to perfect a backswing. Swinging a golf club certainly requires many joints throughout the body to be put to use, including those in the hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders, spine, hips, feet, and ankles. One improper move can result in a world of pain. Furthermore, it’s not uncommon for golfers to develop back problems from continuously twisting in the middle back, especially if they don’t adopt proper posture.
How can our Oklahoma Pain Treatment Centers therapist help?
Here are a few examples of how we can keep golfers in the game:
Lumbar sympathetic blocks address common chronic low back pains that many golfers experience.
Epidural injections help reduce inflammation and swelling of spinal nerves and other surrounding tissues inside the spinal canal.
Joint injections relieve pressure build up in the joints, preventing them from remaining stiff and causing injury.
These are just a few examples. Your situation may call for a unique approach, but one thing is certain: taking care of important, oft-injured body parts such as the spine and surrounding joints can help golfers maintain their posture, mobility, and flexibility.
Remember, your golf game can only be as good as the effort you’re able to put into it, and you can only put into the game as much as your body allows. That means it’s highly important for you to take great care of your body, and our Oklahoma Pain Treatment Centers therapist would like to help.
If you’d like to make an appointment to see our Oklahoma Pain Treatment Centers therapist to prevent or golf-related related injuries, please feel free to give Oklahoma Pain Treatment Centers a call at 405-751-0011.