Back pain is a condition that will affect most golfers

Whether you’re a pro, an amateur, or just a weekend warrior, back pain is a condition that will affect many golfers. According to various medical research data, the incidence of golf-related back pain ranges from 15% – 40%.

There are many videos and online programs that claim to relieve back pain while playing golf or demonstrate techniques on how to avoid back pain by changing your swing mechanics.

In this article, we’ve searched the Internet to provide the best tips on how to avoid back pain while playing golf and rehabilitating yourself following a golf-related injury.

Play Golf Without Back Pain

Scott Cole, a professional golf instructor at the Olney Golf Park in Olney, Maryland, looks at how poor fundamentals of the golf swing contributes to back pain.

Play Golf Without Back Pain | Golf Swing Tips Edge

The key to avoiding back pain while playing golf is to learn the proper fundamentals of the swing. By having a better understanding of the swing fundamentals, the golfer can learn to swing the club properly, and play pain free.

Publish Date: 08/11/2011 14:17

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Avoiding Golfers’ Low Back Pain Video

Mike Pedersen shows how changing your hip position in your golf swing can help you avoid back pain.
Cure Golfers Low Back Pain – Improve Hip Position

www.performbettergolf.com – Golfers play with low back pain 80% of the time. This is brutal on your golf swing and to your performance. There are many simple tips you can implement that will relieve and even cure lower back pain in golf. Achieving th…

Avoiding Back Pain While Playing Golf On Twitter

And for those of you on Twitter, Spine Universe has a nice little segment you may be interested in.

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