Seattle, WA, June 18, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Dr. Raymond Sue of University Chiropractic is helping golf lovers to stay on the green longer. "All too often I see golfers end up taking pain killers or having to reduce playing the game they love so much, all because of back pain from golf. Recently chiropractic treatment has really caught on with both amateurs and pro’s as an excellent way to alleviate those on-the-green pains," said Dr. Sue.
The problems occur from all those repetitive golf swings. It puts a significant strain on the lower back and other areas of the body. Since chiropractic is the science of the spine, they are in a good position to help golfers understand the correct way to take care of their bodies while still enjoying lots of golf.
Many of the nation’s head golf instructors now regularly seek chiropractic care to keep themselves healthy while going through the daily physical grind of golf instruction. Top professional golfers, like Tiger Woods, seek chiropractic care on a regular basis.
How well does chiropractic work in aiding golfers? A recent study reported that up to 85 percent of injuries on the PGA Tour and Senior Tour relate to the spine. Between 70 to 75 percent of these golfers receive chiropractic care regularly. There are approximately 25 to 30 million amateur golfers in America. Dr. Sue said, "It's my goal to educate part-time golfers who are passionate about their game, that chiropractic can keep them playing longer, more often, and into their retirement years while playing without pain. And chiropractic is also terrific for preventing injuries.”
Some chiropractors, like Dr. Raymond Sue, D.C., offer Free Golf Screenings to those with a sincere desire to explore how chiropractic might help them in improving their golf game and in staying healthy. For more information on how chiropractic can help improve your golf game, please consult your local chiropractor.