Do you have back pain related to golf?
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Here at Genuine Care Physical Therapy, we know that back pain is a golfer’s worst enemy. We understand that 18 holes can so often feel like a never-ending nightmare if you suffer from back pain. So, if you’re going to battle with your back every time you step up to the tee, our free “7 Easy and Effective Strategies to Maintain a Healthy and Pain Free Back- a Guide for Golfers” report is your key to victory.
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About the Author:
Youngsun Kim, of Genuine Care Physical Therapy, is a leading expert in treating back injuries present in golfers. He is Titleist Performance Institute certified, a certified manual physical therapist, a Board Certified orthopedic specialist, and a Board Certified sports specialist.
What Other People Are Saying About Genuine Care Physical Therapy
In his 70’s from
Loves playing golf
Golf means a lot when you're in retirement or semi-retirement, it's one of the few sports you can really play when you're a senior. I've had ongoing back problems for years and twice had to be carted off the course in the last five or six years because back spasms were so bad.