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Golfer’s pains.

golfer's pains  The following techniques can be used for all types of problems that can be treated by osteopathy ( always depending on the case ) .  Osteopathy techniques (cranial, articular, fasciatherapy , visceral ) Nutrition Strength training Postural correction at work , at home , at night, during sports, etc. . Specific and / or general exercises Change of habits Monitoring and improving the guidelines to follow at home or for a specific sport at each session References for medical treatment,  physiotherapy, massage therapy , psychology  Techniques used  (Available at any time for information by telephone)  *  If you require a test and / or a medical diagnosis , please consult a doctor. Medical monitoring is always recommended. Each case is different. A treatment plan is suggested following the first visit. For example , it may consist of  6 to 10 treatments over a period ranging from 8 to 20 weeks. Each plan is different depending on the case . Everyone can have access to sports therapy .  Patrice Bélanger, OD, sports osteopath: “A person usually chooses a treatment according to their needs. A chiropractor for manipulation, a dietitian for a diet plan , a massage therapist for a massage. I try to provide the right treatment depending on the problem . If the client needs nutritional advice , I give it . If the client needs information on exercises or on how to improve his performance , I provide the information . If he needs to learn how to correct an imbalance of a shoulder, I teach him. I attempt to give the right treatment depending on the problem and not tying the client in on a predefined treatment plan in advance.”  * If you require a test and / or a medical diagnosis , please consult a doctor. Medical monitoring is always recommended .  Exception :For those who wish to receive 2 or 3 treatments and then return as needed, it is possible to adapt to this kind of situation. These are often people who have consulted various types of therapists,  such as chiropractors, physiotherapists , massage therapists, doctors, naturopaths , etc. for years. These people know their state of health and consult when they feel the need . There are clients who consult about 2-3 times a year on a regular basis.

Golf isn’t a violent sport but it does require repetitive movements with very pronounced degrees . The pain often comes from injuries during exertion (for example, hitting the root of a tree when swinging) . However, other pain is caused by repetitive movements. . This is a subtle pain that is developed by muscle and / or tendon and / or ligament and / or joint fatigue. It often appears for no apparent reason during the season and sometimes it persists for several years. Due to this fatigue, the athlete gets hurt more easily during exertion.

Golfer’s pains are especially :

  • Lower Back
  • Hip
  • Shoulder
  • Elbow
  • Wrist
  • Neck
  • Ankle
  • Knee
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The situations occur primarily due to :

  •  Lack of warming up before playing golf
  • Being overweight
  • Being out of shape
  • Too many repetitive movements on the same side
  • Injury or accident on the course
  • Poor posture
  • A lack of flexibility or mobility
  •  Excessive training

 
It is possible to play golf without being forced to endure physical discomfort or pain.

* If you require a test and / or a medical diagnosis , please consult a doctor. Medical monitoring is always recommended .

 

Patrice Bélanger, DO
Ostéopathe sportif et familial Ostéopathe officiel du golf professionnel pour 14 saisons.

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