Vertigo is a kind of dizziness that causes you to feel like your surroundings are spinning or moving — but they aren’t. It can be debilitating and impact your balance.
Occupational therapists can help treat repetitive injuries, such as golfer’s elbow. They can also modify activities and equipment to help you golf with less discomfort.
PGA pro Jason Day recently lost his mother to lung cancer. When found early, lung cancer can be treated successfully, even cured.
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, making it a good time for you to review the facts and ensure that you are doing what you can to take care of your body.
February is American Heart Month, and this reminds us that it is important to keep our hearts healthy and strong. Fortunately, golf can help with that!
Injury prevention and recovery is crucial to becoming a better golfer. While professional golf instructors can help increase your yardage, Middlesex Health’s new Center for Golf Performance will assess and address your biomechanics. This will help you to better understand how your body relates to your golf swing. The goal: to keep you healthy and pain free — while also upping your game.
Golfer’s elbow causes pain where the tendons of your forearm muscles attach to the bump on the inside of your elbow.
When it comes to your golf swing, your wrists play an important role. They can influence both the distance and direction of your shot. However, this means that your golf game will suffer if your wrist movement is impacted by injuries or other conditions, such as ganglion cyst.