Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

April 8, 2014

The “Cost” of Back Injury Prevention


It probably doesn’t cost you as much as it is costing Tiger Woods not to prevent back pain injury, but it costs something.

Some might say that, given the prevalence of back pain in golf, it’s an unavoidable occupational hazard. That’s like saying that your mother or father had back pain so you must have inherited a bad back, and therefore, couldn’t avoid it.

Back injury prevention is very rarely taught effectively, in golf or anywhere else – at the lowest or the highest levels. And no more now than when your mother and father were coming up. It’s not just ‘use it or lose it’ that applies; if you don’t use it properly it’s just a matter of time before injury occurs.

Fortunately, it isn’t difficult to learn how to use your back properly. Just ask.


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