Keeping Golf in Your Game

Stretching and rotation exercises can help overcome injuries to get you back on the course.

As fall arrives, many turn to the golf course for a peaceful way to relax. But for those with spinal arthritis, swinging a golf club may be the reason they cant tee off the first hole. When low-back pain sets in a day on the course may seem off limits, yet the reality is that even touring pros develop injuries due to the power of the swing.
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