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Early Extension In Your Golf Swing

Imagine this…. You’re on a Par 5 and you smoke your drive, you set up your second shot and you’re just imagining a beautiful second shot.

You take your backswing and initiate the downswing…

And you hit it thin…. The ball just skips down the fairway or possibly into the bunker and you’re wondering why this happens (why does it happen so much to me?)

What if I told you this can be fixed and it has something to do with both your swing and your golf fitness....

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Stretching - Do's and Don'ts

Sometimes it just feels so good to stretch!!!!!

As a sports medicine practice with DPT's and DO's, we get asked a lot of questions about stretching. Usually, people come to us for advice on different ways to stretch before or after a workout. Most of the time its because people feel tightness or pain and feel as though stretching would be the right way to approach their perceived tightness/pain.

We also get dozens of questions from people asking for beneficial stretches for a "pulled muscle"...

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The Ankle Joint - Don't Get it Twisted

The Ankle Joint 

There are many different joints that make up the ankle/foot, each playing a vital role in the biomechanics of the ankle and the foot.  For now, we are going to focus on the primary joint of the ankle; the talocrural joint.

The talocrural joint is made up of the distal tibia and fibula articulating with the talus.  Dorsiflexion and plantar flexion, or bringing your foot up, and pushing your foot down, are the primary motions that occur at this joint. ...

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Cortisone Vs. Regenerative Medicine

You seldom meet anyone who's never dealt with some sort of injury or pain. Likewise, you rarely meet anyone who has not heard of or had a cortisone (steroid) injection. That is because cortisone injections are one of the most mainstream and most common first line treatment options. It's the standard of care in traditional and conventional medicine. When NSAID's, ice, or rest doesn't work, cortisone is often the next recommendation. And in many cases, it's often presented as your last option...

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The Slide - Don't Dance In Your Golf Swing

Uncategorized Dec 13, 2020

You’ll be hard pressed to find two golf swings that are the exact same! However, that does not mean that one person’s swing is wrong compared to another swing.

Every golfer’s body is different, which means their swings will be different!

Titleist Performance Institute says it something like this… “There’s not just one way to swing a golf club. Instead, there’s an infinite number of ways to swing a club. However, there is one efficient way for every...

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5 Ways To Improve Your Running Posture

Looking to improve your running form and your running posture? Improving your run form and posture can improve your efficiency, improve your speed, and help you to run with reduced risk of injury due to less stress on your body!

Running form shouldn't be ignored by even the casual runner, because it's extremely important if you want to run strong and run forever!

The good is news is that there are some easy tips that you can follow to help with your running form!

Through working with...

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End Golfer's Elbow

How many times have you heard from a medical doctor, doctor of physical therapy, or other medical professionals say "You have golfer's elbow?"

Then you start to think...

"What's that?"

"What's causing it?"

"How can I make the pain go away?"

We get the frustration... We've been there ourselves. But hopefully, this article can help you understand what might be happening when you have elbow pain as a golfer, and how to address it. The purpose of this article is to dive into the anatomy of...

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Thoracic Park: Unleash Your T-Spine for Better Golf

Did you know you there are more than 70 joints in this area we call the thoracic spine?

Yes, there are 12 vertebrae in your thoracic spine, but each single vertebrae has multiple joints associated with it.

There are joints from thoracic vertebrae to thoracic vertebrae and also joints from rib to vertebrae.

That means many areas for motion to come from, but that also means a lot places for stiffness. Stiffness and limitations in ranges of motion are the more common problem that people face...

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Is Posture Killing Your Golf Game?

Let's Talk About Posture!!

We're willing to bet that you don't think about posture every time you set up to the ball and swing the club! Of course not... why would you? 

But, posture is one important component of the golf swing and the posture you play with could be hurting your game or helping your game!

"Posture - the position someone holds their body when standing or sitting." 

Posture is one of the most important things in the golf swing! Golf is a game of posture and you...

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Backseat Runners - Not a New Hit Band

What in the world is backseat running?

Well, we're about to break it down for you here and tell you exactly what problems could arise and usually arise when a runner exhibits a "backseat running posture."

If you've been dealing with a running injury or have been struggling with your running efficiency, you'll definitely want to read this from top to bottom!

At Alliance Regen & Rehab, one specialty of ours is helping runners overcome injury without medications, surgery, or steroid...

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