Golf is a sport for people of all ages and skill levels. We treat golfers for a variety of injuries including pain in the shoulder, elbow, wrist, lower/upper back, hip and knee. Like any activity, you should be able to play golf without pain!
Our golf services are unique in that we have doctors of physical therapy who are Titleist Performance Institute Certified and avid golfers. This means you get a golf-specific full-body assessment and rehabilitation techniques to get you back in the game pain free. Their skills and knowledge provide you with exceptional insight into physical limitations and restrictions that can be addressed to improve your game.
Golf Performance Evaluation, Treatment, and Fitness Program
Your visit starts with a thorough evaluation of your medical history, range of motion, strength, and functional capabilities. Our facilities, with indoor turf, allow us to then assess your movements while swinging the golf club. Common physical therapy techniques, including manual therapy, may be used to address mobility restrictions and provide relief to painful movements.
Once you have been taken through your thorough assessment, you will be provided with a custom strength, mobility, and conditioning program. This routine will be updated as you progress along with re-evaluations of your swing mechanics.
Initial evaluations cost $190/hour and follow up visits are $135/hour
What is TPI?
The Titleist Performance Institute is the world’s leading educational organization dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relation to the golf swing. Since its inception in 2003, it has studied thousands of golfers of all skill levels to identify various physical limitations which can negatively impact your swing and result in injury.
TPI has spent almost two decades studying one thing – the Body-Swing Connection™. There are injuries associated with the golf swing that few understand better than TPI. TPI Certified medical professionals look at how these injuries develop, how to access and treat injuries and how specific physical limitations can be addressed to improve performance.