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Singapore Golf Pain Treatment Specialist

We Treat Golf Injuries Effectively

Golf welcomed a record number of first-time players in 2017, with the 2.6 million beginners eclipsing the numbers set when Tiger Woods was in his prime and drawing a wealth of newcomers to the game around the turn of the century. The Golf Industry Report showed that golf’s on-course participant base remained stable at 23.8 million golfers last year.  And 5% beginners have suffered top 5 golf injuries.

Select an injury location on the golf player

1  Low Back Pain

2 Golfer's Elbow

3 Plantar Fasciitis

4 Knee Pain

5 Shoulder Pain

1. Golf lower back injury

Studies have revealed that golf back injury is the key reason why most golfers stop playing. Approximately 34% of golfers have restricted play due to golf lower back injury. It is caused by poor swing mechanics in amateur golfers and overuse for professional golfers. Golf swing exerts significant force on the spine.
Symptoms of golf back pain

The most common symptom of golf lower back injury includes:

  • Lower back discomfort with radiation into the leg.
  • Numbness and tingling sound.
  • Burning sensation.

The major risk factor in golf is poor flexibility. Surveys have proved that 80% of golfers warm-up for less than 10 minutes. Proper warm up increases the body’s flexibility, which in turn ensures the right golf swings. The repetitive nature of the sport during a play causes continuous strain on already injured muscles.

Diagnosis for golf back pain
Back pain diagnosis tries to establish the problem. Annietiang TCM Experts use several tests to determine the cause of the pain. Our differential diagnosis involves differentiation of the anatomical areas above or below the low back and careful examination of the entire locomotor system.
Golf Back Injury Treatment
We understands that back pain is very multifactorial, and therefore, we use the individual and comprehensive approach based on our proficient skills and most integrative Golf back INJURY treatment. We have advanced and scientifically proven golf back pain treatment methods such as postural retraining, acupuncture, etc.

2. Golfers elbow pain

This is the inflammation of the tendons that link the elbow to the forearm. The condition is caused by overuse. It is most common in right-handed novice golfers. Golfer’s elbow is common in people with a poor weight shift. The stress of the ball impacts directly on the muscles of the forearm.
Causes of golfers elbow
  • Tenderness and pain on the inner part of the shoulder.
  • Stiffness in the elbow.
  • Numbness and tingling.
Risk factors
Postural support of the neck, spine, and shoulder plays a significant role in the distribution of forces all over the forearm and elbow. Wrist mobility is also an important factor in the development of stress to the lateral elbow.
Golf Injury Treatment for golfer’s elbow

Professionals at Annietiang will recommend specific therapeutic exercises to treat this condition. The therapies include the  Shock  therapy and isometric exercises.

3. Golf Knee Injury

This is not a common golf injury with only 10% occurrence among golfers. However, participating in the sport may worsen pre-existing knee problems. There are three bones at the knee that is patella, tibia, and femur. The muscles that are important to knee functions are quadriceps and hamstrings. In the event of a golf knee injury, these parts are affected, and this limits movement.
Symptoms, diagnostic, and treatment

Most of the pain is felt below or above the patella. Most golf knee injuries are diagnosed based on the clinical presentation, history, tissue palpation, orthopedic testing, and observational movement analysis.

We have experts and modern treatment methods such as extracorporeal shockwave therapy to treat knee injuries.

4. Golf Hip Injury

The most common golf hip injuries include muscle strains and hip instability. A lot of motion within the hip joint causes instability. Muscle strain occurs when the fibers comprising the muscles are damaged. Differential diagnosis of hip injuries is based on radiology such as MRI, ultrasound, and X-ray.

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