Golf Chiropractor | Golf Swing Improves with Chiropractic | Pittsburgh, PA

Increase distance and power-up your golf swing, focus, and overall wellness with LeGault Chiropractic in Pittsburgh, PA.
By: Steve JurvetsonCC BY 2.0

 

 

The benefits of Chiropractic reach far beyond back and neck pain.  It is time to realize that HEALTH is the most important benefit to having both a properly functioning spine and nervous system.  Health and performance are far more dependent upon how your body functions and are not merely the absence of symptoms.

Increase Function = Increase Performance

If your back, neck, shoulder, or knee is not working properly, you cannot maximize your performance. Introducing a drug into your body will not correct the underlying problem.  Plus it won’t even help improve your swing.  Oftentimes, the problem is underlying and could have been present for an extended period of time.  It is of the utmost  importance that you get evaluated by Pittsburgh Chiropractor, Dr. Steven LeGault of LeGault Chiropractic.

Increase golf swing with Pittsburgh Chiropractor, Dr. LeGault

Below is a synopsis of a 2009 study in the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine:

Study shows Chiropractic care can improve your golf swing better than stretching. A recent study in the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine evaluated the benefits of chiropractic treatment (spinal manipulative therapy) and golf performance. Half of the participants received Chiropractic adjustments to dysfunctional spinal segments and as a result, they experienced improvements in full-swing performance. Study participants that did not receive Chiropractic care displayed zero improvement.

 

Visit LeGault Chiropractic at our convenient North Hills Pittsburgh Chiropractic clinic for an evaluation.  

LeGault Chiropractic

3380 Babcock Blvd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
United States (US)
Phone: (412) 364-4100

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Reference:

Effect of spinal manipulative therapy with stretching compared with stretching alone on full-swing performance of golf players: a randomized pilot trial. Soraya M.V. Costa DC, Yumi E.T. Chibana DC, Leandro Giavarotti PhD, Débora S. Compagnoni DC, Adriana H. Shiono DC, Janice Satie DCand Eduardo S.B. Bracher MD, DC. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine Volume 8, Issue 4, December 2009, Pages 165-170.