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Tips to help with Knee Pain in Golfers

The knee that tends to take the most torsional loading is the lead knee in the golf swing. The most famous golfer in the world (Tiger Woods) can testify to the stress knees can undergo in the swing. During his career he has undergone ACL reconstruction and suffered stress fractures to his left knee.
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Tips to help with Neck Pain in Golfers

Neck pain tends to develop in golfers on the lead side of their neck. It tends to occur due to fatigue in muscles and over practice. Tension in your lead arm places strain on your neck.
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Tips to help with Shoulder Pain in Golfers

The lead shoulder will often develop pain at the back, due to either overload of the rotator cuff on impacting the ground as the club head is released.
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Tips to help with Elbow Pain in Golfers

Golfers will often develop elbow pain due to poor technique and overload of the elbow region. Gripping too tightly, steep swing plane and over practice are common factors in elbow pain.
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Tips to help with Back Pain in Golfers

In this article we identify three simple tips which will really help off load your lower back. Three key fundamentals to reduce compression forces on the low back are good posture and set up, using legs effectively and finishing swing in a neutral spinal position. Let us expand on these three points below.
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