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Golf Rehab

Golf is an invigorating, highly enjoyable sport that can sometimes have serious physical repercussions if you don’t know how to properly move your body during play. Integrity Rehab offers a golf rehabilitation program that utilizes the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) assessment model.

What is Golf Rehabilitation?

Golfers of all ages and skill levels can participate in the golf physical therapy program. Golfers will be assessed on their overall functional movement by going through a series of mobilitand stability movements designed to grade, record and analyze the body’s movement. The total picture of your body and swing are assessed to help optimize your personal performance and minimize pain and risk of future injury. You will also receive a personal assessment sheet with recommendations and golf specific exercises, plus tips for correct posture in other areas of golf, such as when carrying clubs.

What are the Benefits?

Whether you are a novice golfer, weekend golfer or a professional, our golf physical therapy rehab program works for you. Benefits to this unique program include:

  • Corrective exercise application
  • Decreased painful movement patterns
  • Decreased risk of further injury
  • Education in weight training for golf
  • Golf training exercises and fitness programs
  • Play the game of golf with greater efficiency
  • Strength training specific to golf
  • Total body movement assessment

A golfer can spend hundreds of dollars on the latest equipment, but may forget that golf fitness training for the body is the most important tool. Strength training for golf and golf exercise training are vital aspects of improving and maintaining your golf game – and staying healthy.

Reginald Van Velzen PT, DPT, OCS

Golf Rehab is available by Salado clinic director Reg Van Velzen (pictured right), who is a doctor of physical therapy, a board-certified orthopaedic specialist, and is certified by the Titleist Performance Institute. To help clients gain mobility, Reg uses various hands-on techniques based in manual therapy and incorporates appropriate exercise prescription to improve strength, mobility, and stability. 

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