Golfers looking to iron out muscle and joint woes that may be caused by or impacting their game can take advantage of a one-month pain improvement plan. Players can begin by receiving a full-body analysis, looking over various areas, including all joints, to see what may be affecting their swing, with a report of findings provided. The initial checks also include a predictive movement screening, in which a practitioner can check biometrics in relation to the game. Assessments completed, players will undergo two treatment sessions intended to target specific areas and help ease musculoskeletal aches before finishing the month with a golf lesson from an affiliated PGA Professional to help establish what areas of technique may be contributing to specific pains, and how to correct it. Clients will also receive a golf warm up video to follow, as well as a tailored home training programme to help work on their golfing mobility over time.
The Optimal Swing Clinic provide golfers with various services to diagnose and treat pains or mobility issues that affect, or are contributed to by, their game. Clinical practitioners are on hand as well as golfing professionals to examine client's game techniques to establish the relationship between playing and pain, before working to try and improve both.