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Expert Diane Lee explains treatment and prevention strategies for Sacro Iliac Joint pain.
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The PhysioRoom.com Golf Injury channel features expert advice on the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of common golf injuries. Golf injuries can stop you performing at your best and reduce your enjoyment of golf. Most golf injuries are not serious and with simple advice and treatment you can be playing pain free and back to your best.
PhysioRoom.com Top 5 Golf Injuries explains the cause, treatment and prevention of the five most common golf injuries (Low Back Pain, Golfers Elbow, Plantar Fasciitis, Knee Pain and Shoulder Pain). By understanding more about the nature of golf injuries then it.s much easier to prevent them. Advice from our experts who work with PGA Tour Professionals can help you to recover faster from your golf injury.
Sports physiotherapist Kam Bhabra discusses the medical treatment of golf pros on the PGA Tour. He covers the practical aspects of treatment of low back pain, Sciatica, herniated disc, disc prolapse, shoulder pain, impingement syndrome, shoulder bursitis, golfers elbow, hip pain, shin pain, foot pain, plantar fasciitis and facet syndrome.
PhysioRoom.com Golf Injuries channel provides physiotherapy and sports injury information specific to golf.