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Latest Articles

Stay hydrated on the golf course

Staying hydrated on the golf course

Dehydration on the course is something we have all experienced. To make sure that it isn’t a common occurrence, follow the tips in this blog and play your best, even in the sweltering heat.

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Golfer's elbow

Understanding Golfer’s Elbow: A Comprehensive Guide to Prevention and Treatment for Golfers

Golfer’s elbow, also known as medial epicondylitis, is a common condition that afflicts golfers and individuals engaged in repetitive gripping or wrist-flexing activities. While it can affect anyone, golfers often find themselves particularly susceptible due to the repetitive nature of their swings and the strain placed on the forearm muscles. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll delve into what golfer’s elbow is, its symptoms, specific risk factors associated with golf, and effective strategies for the prevention and treatment of medial epicondylitis.

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Why does Plantar Fasciitis affect golfers more?

Have you ever noticed that your golfing friends seem to get affected by plantar fasciitis at a higher rate than your other friends? Well, you’re not going crazy and in this blog I’ll explain what plantar fasciitis is, and why it affects golfers more frequently than other population groups. 

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