Golfing and Low Back Pain – Erik Dalton


The golf swing involves a series of complicated unilateral body movements. At some time virtually every golfer, whether a “weekend warrior” or professional will experience injury or chronic pain in the low back. To hit the ball a distance the body must have the ability to rotate and maintain a wide arc through the Swing. At a recent seminar someone with a practice at a golf club was asking about techniques for typical golf injuries… so I though I would post this recent article and video.

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