Conshohocken Physical Therapy- A Medical Approach to the Golf Swing (Sponsored Content)

Dr. Chris Wickel, a TPI certified medical professional, at Conshohocken Physical Therapy, is helping golfers optimize their body and eliminate pain. While there is no wrong way to swing a golf club, there is one efficient way to swing and it is based on what the player can physically do with his or her own body. To achieve the most efficient swing, a golfer must first be screened.

Dr. Wickel is well educated and trained to examine and evaluate movement patterns. For a more detailed analysis, they use slow motion video to identify how to eliminate pain, get stronger, become more mobile, and to gain better awareness of a player’s own body. The analysis involves an assessment of the swing, movement quality, strength, flexibility, biomechanics and a thorough medical history. The Titleist Performance Institute has the largest collection of golf-specific health and fitness information from the world’s leading experts in the game. They have developed and partnered with many of the world’s top ranked golfers with amazing results.

This program is recommended for golfers of all skill levels to optimize their bodies to be most prepared for the course. Email or call 610.828.7595 to learn more about this program.

Conshohocken Physical Therapy is a private practice that believes in making a positive impact, both personally and therapeutically, on every person who enters their office. They come to work everyday with the excitement to meet people, learn about them and change their lives. In addition to Physical Therapy, they also offer Proactive Therapy services in attempt to prevent injuries before they occur. They have been voted one of the Top 4 PT Practices in the Nation by Advance Magazine and named a “Best Practice” by PT Products Magazine. They have also created an iPad application, Motion Doctor, for pain prevention at home.