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Improve your game & remain pain-free!

A golfer’s ability to swing a golf club in the most efficient manner possible is directly related to his/her physical make-up.  What is often not realized, is that physical limitations can limit one's game and often result, eventually in pain.  By addressing simply things like hip mobility/range of motion or thoracic spine mobility we can significantly improve one’s swing, resulting in greater performance!


  • Inconsistent ball striking-hooking, slicing

  • Decreased distance

  • Alterations in your swing-early extending, reverse spine, sway, hanging back, etc.

  • Pain

  • Recent surgery with needed instruction on safe return to play


  • Low back pain

  • Hip pain/limited range of motion-following total hip arthroplasty (replacement), hip arthroscopy/labral repair

  • Shoulder pain-rotator cuff injuries

  • Elbow pain-Golfer's & Tennis elbow

  • Neck pain

  • Mid-thoracic spine pain

  • Knee injuries-following total knee arthroplasty (replacement), ACL reconstruction

The Golfer

The Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) is the world’s leading educational organization dedicated to the study of how the human body works in relation to the golf swing.

Since 2003, TPI has studied thousands of golfers including, top professional Tour players to weekend enthusiasts. Through years of research, collecting data on players of all shapes, sizes, ages, and fitness levels, TPI discovered how a properly functioning body allows a player to swing a golf club in the most efficient way possible, while remaining injury free.  The researchers also concluded physical limitations in a player’s body can adversely affect the golf swing and potentially lead to injury.

TPI’s main mission is to educate golfers and industry professionals on the Body-Swing Connection™ through its one of a kind ‘TPI Certified’ educational program. The medical assessment training focuses on both the uninjured and the injured player-attempting to address simple goals such as how to improve consistency in one's ball strike and achieve greater distance as well as return to safe play following a surgery or address that pesky low back pain or elbow pain, which never seems to go away.

About TPI Screen

Initial evaluation (2-3 hours)

  • Health screening/Golf screening

  • 12-step TPI biomechanical screen for the uninjured as well as SFMA assessment to address pain/injury

  • Swing video analysis

  • Customized home exercise program based on your physical limitations

  • Hands-on manual procedures (if necessary)

Training Session (75-90 minutes)

  • Must have completed initial evaluation (see above)

  • One-on-one review of exercises with licensed physical therapist to maximize benefit from exercise

  • Supplement exercises with manual procedures (if necessary)

  • Instruct in self-soft tissue mobilization techniques


Packages & Pricing

Call the office for details!

How does this work?
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