Golf Fitness Program

The Titleist Performance institute (TPI) was created to bridge the gap between the PGA professionals teaching golfers about their swing faults and the medical professionals who are able to determine the limitations that are hindering a golfer from reaching their full potential. Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy also utilizes concepts and theories developed by Selective Functional Movement Assessment and Active Release Techniques to evaluate and train golfers of any skill level.

What to Expect

You can expect an one-and-a-half-hour evaluation that covers entire body’s ability to move and stabilize as it relates to your golf swing. From that you will gain a better understanding of where you need to focus your exercise to make the most gains toward a more efficient golf swing. You will receive an email describing your physical findings, and a golf fitness handicap. If your golf fitness handicap is higher than your golf handicap, then you will make more improvement by focusing on your flexibility and strength, if your golf handicap is higher, then we would recommend you work with a PGA teaching professional on swing mechanics to improve your golf game. After the evaluation, you can decide what training routine works best for you.

If you have tried other ways to improve your golf game with limited success, or if you continue to have re-occurring injuries related to playing golf, you can probably benefit from seeing a TPI Certified Professional.

Who Would Benefit

Golfers

Rotator cuff injury

Shoulder impingement syndrome

Post-surgical: Shoulder, Spine, Hip, Knee, Ankle

Locations

Therapists

You are all AMAZING!!! Amber and Jolene are the best! When Abbie became injured 1 1/2 years ago in dance- something she loved to do, she went through 3 doctors, another physical therapists, many painful procedures and finally found a Dr. Hedlund who sent us to Hulst Jepsen where she was blessed with 2 amazing therapist and their staff! Abbie thought she may never dance again! She had many ups and downs in her therapy but no one ever gave up on her. They always listened to her and helped her do her best! Now she has finished her therapy, is starting dance again in a few weeks, is auditioning for the Nutcracker and her dance team at school!!!

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