Common Golf Injuries and How to Prevent Them

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Scottsdale is the place to be if you love golf and here at LaserTeach we are the place to be if you have a golf injury. We have the experience necessary to keep you on the course without a hitch for as many days as our beautiful Arizona weather will allow. From identifying the different types of golf injuries, to proper warm-ups and exercises, our goal is to focus on a holistic approach to injury prevention, ensuring your love for the game remains both enjoyable and sustainable.

At LaserTech Pain and Back Relief, we are committed to providing you with as much information as we can about golf injuries and equipping golfers with the knowledge and tools to enjoy the game while minimizing the risk of setbacks. Read on to learn all about the most common golf injuries, how to prevent them, and when it may be a good idea to see a pain doctor if you have become injured while playing golf.

Common Types of Golf Injuries

How to Prevent Golf Injuries

Like most sports, preventing golf injuries is all about first warming up and then performing stretches before and after heading out for your tee time. Here are a few warm up exercises and stretches we recommend to minimize the risk of sustaining a golf injury.

  • Jog in place
  • Butt kickers and high knee exercises
  • Side steps
  • Hamstring (straight leg) kicks
  • Lunges
  • Arm circles and swings
  • Wall push-ups and sumo (toes out) squats
  • Wrist curls and stretches
  • Trunk rotations- on back, knees bent let knees drop to each side gently
  • Generally stretch tight muscles after activity

When Should I See a Pain Doctor for My Golf Injury?

If your pain becomes severe or you suspect a fracture, it’s always best to see a doctor. Likewise, if pain from a golf injury persists after a few days or weeks, please don’t hesitate to reach out. 

Golf is as synonymous with Scottsdale as our warm weather and shopping. It’s loved by many and a great way to stay in shape, but injuries can be common and if left untreated result in chronic pain.

Do your warm-ups before and stretches afterward. Then get treatment, like we have here at LaserTech, to resolve any damage, if you want to do what you can to keep swinging as long as possible.

Non-Invasive, Drug-Free Treatment Options for Golf Injuries

Our Scottsdale pain clinic, conveniently located on Shea and the 101, offers multiple treatment options for golf-related injuries that don’t require the use of any injections, pain pills, and best of all no surgeries! 

We have multiple pain-relieving technologies that aim to treat the cause of your pain, not just mask the symptoms. Our experienced and knowledgeable doctor will sit down with you to discuss your medical history in depth. Then, he’ll develop a custom treatment plan to tackle your pain at its source.

Ready to start enjoying the benefits of laser pain relief?

We provide hope to those who are looking to get out of pain without surgery, injections, or drugs. We don’t just mask your pain. We get to the root of what’s causing your pain and we treat it.