Enabling athletes of all levels to perform at higher levels.
Emphasis on functional sport specific training.
Why Sport Rehabilitation?
Continuum Wellness Clinic has a professional and experienced staff focused on helping the athlete achieve their ultimate level of peak performance. If you have a desire to make a difference in your speed, power, agility and/or endurance, CWC will cater a program that specifically fits your individual needs. Emphasis is on multi-plane and sport specific functional training.
The athlete will not only participate in the physical aspect of the conditioning program, but they will also be educated as to the theory behind the science of their dedicated efforts. Proper conditioning programs have the added incentive of helping to prevent / decrease the potential for athletic injury. CWC staff has the ability to assist and educate all levels of athletes (professional, amateur, collegiate, high school and junior levels).
Maximize shoulder turn.
Optimize strength related to rotational swing.
What is Golf Conditioning?
Golf conditioning is intended to help a golfer perform better on the course by evaluating the biomechanics, flexibility, and strength of the golfer in relation to the physical movements of the body during the swing. The golf swing is a complex movement. The body undergoes several physiological changes beginning with the initial stance and progressing through the swing and follow through. Repetitive postures and movements in a typical 18 hole round of golf can put stress on virtually all joints of the body but particularly on the feet, knees, hips, low-back, mid-back, shoulders and neck.
A team of rehabilitation professionals consisting of licensed physical therapists, certified athletics trainers, and licensed Continuum Wellness Clinic instructors have developed Continuum Wellness Clinic's golf program with an emphasis on injury prevention as well as improved playing ability and is intended to maximize the total health and well being of the client.
Most golfers continually strive to improve even when they are playing at the top of their game. Improving flexibility and strength will benefit any golfer by providing:
Prevention of injury
Improved performance with:
Increased power drive.
Increased endurance to allow for quality playing and practice time.
Improved general health and well being.
Maximize healing through integrated assistance.
Optimize rehabilitation through progressive goal achievement.
A patient's first visit will entail an Initial Evaluation which includes:
A review of the patient's medical history and subjective description of the injury/illness.
An evaluation of function, range of motion, strength, endurance and limitations as related to the patient's / athletes' condition.