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Carpe Diem Chiropractic Fort Luderdale

Chiropractor Fort Lauderdale
1650 SE 17th Street, Suite 103

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Tel: 954-368-5483

  • Sun 10:00am - 1:00pm   Dr. Meraz, Dr. Hoskins or Dr. Lutz
  • Mon 9:00am - 12:00pm  Dr. Meraz and Dr. Hoskins
    Mon 3:00pm -   7:00pm  Dr. Hoskins
  • Tue  3:00pm -   7:00pm   Dr. Lutz
  • Wed 9:00am - 12:00pm   Dr. Hoskins
    Wed 3:00pm -   7:00pm   Dr. Meraz and Dr. Hoskins
  • Thur Closed
  • Fri    9:00am - 12pm          Dr. Hoskins
  • Fri    1:00pm - 4pm            Dr. Hoskins
  • Sat   By Apointment


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Golf Rehabilitation

Many people enjoy a round of golf with their friends to help them de-stress after a busy day at work. While less intensive than other sports, you can still receive golf injuries which can be very painful. Thankfully, a visit to a chiropractor in Fort Lauderdale is one of the most effective ways to overcome these injuries. Let’s look at how these services can help you recover from golf injuries.

Sport Injury Play Goft Pulled Back MuscleLet’s start looking at some of the most common golf injuries and how they occur. First, when you swing the club, you place a strain on your back and shoulders. In addition, you might strain your muscles by crouching for a long time. In addition, you can strain your tendons or elbow when hitting the ball. This can lead you to develop golfer’s elbow. Golf injuries might also affect your hips, as you rotate your body during your swing. Finally, if you get off-balance, you can land awkwardly, causing you to injure either your foot or ankle. Now that we know some of the injuries that you might receive while playing golf, let’s look at how a sports injury chiropractor might be able to help you recover from them.

If you tear or strain your muscles, you need to use the correct recovery methods. If you don’t, these injuries will take much longer to heal. In addition, there is a chance that you might develop chronic pain in those areas. Thankfully, sports chiropractors have been trained to identify and treat golf injuries. First, you will be asked multiple questions about the pain. This will allow the chiropractor to identify the cause of the pain. For example, they might also ask if you experienced pain in that area before. This will allow them to distinguish if this is a new or old injury. Another important technique used to find the cause of the pain are scans of the affected area. These scans will often be used to inform the type of treatment that you will receive. For example, if you have back pain, the scans can reveal how far out of alignment your spine is. Once they know the cause of the injury and how severe it is, the chiropractor will develop a treatment program. This will include some activities that you will have to perform at home. For example, you might need to stretch the area or change your diet. By following the treatment plan, you will be able to treat the injury faster.

A wide range of people enjoy a round of golf with their friends and family. However, as we discussed, this activity can place a lot of strain onto your body. This can result in you receiving a range of golf injuries. If you do get injured playing golf, consider talking to a Fort Lauderdale chiropractor. They have access to state-of-the-art equipment to help them diagnose and treat your injuries faster. In addition, by treating the cause of the problem you will receive lasting benefits. So, book an appointment with us today.

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1650 SE 17 Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

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