The GOLF CLINIC

INJURIES STOP YOU PLAYING THE SPORT YOU LOVE.
THEY STOP YOU SOCIALISING WITH YOUR FRIENDS ON THE COURSE.
BUT THEY CAN ALSO AFFECT YOUR SWING WHEN YOU RETURN FROM INJURY.

The GOLF CLINIC

INJURIES STOP YOU PLAYING THE SPORT YOU LOVE. THEY STOP YOU SOCIALISING WITH YOUR FRIENDS ON THE COURSE.
BUT THEY CAN ALSO AFFECT YOUR SWING WHEN YOU RETURN FROM INJURY.

TAILORED PHYSIOTHERAPY SERVICES FOR GOLFERS IN HAMPSHIRE

We believe that when golfers get injured they seek the help of physiotherapists and sports therapists who are general practitioners and not specials in Golf and Golf related injuries. We want this to change. We are looking to fill this niche and become the go to golf therapists in Hampshire and offer the tailored service that golfers of all levels deserve in order to keep them on the course and performing better.

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The way you swing a golf club is dependent on how your body move. Any muscle imbalances or tightness can alter the way you swing a club.
Injuries lead to altered swing patterns due to changing how we move our body (or lead to fear to move it).

The first thing we do is understand what is causing your pain and work to correct that, allowing you to return to a pain free, active healthy lifestyle. Following that, we use a combination of Golf Specific Movement Screens to analyse to fully understand how you are currently moving and how this may be affecting your swing. We work with you to correct these resulting in you being better than before.

Let us help you return back to your healthy active lifestyle, pain-free & with full range of motion.

WHAT TO EXPECT

FUTHER INFORMATION ABOUT VISITING US FOR A SPORTS THERAPY OR PHYSIOTHERAPY SESSION, FROM WHAT WE TREAT TO WHAT YOU SHOULD EXPECT CAN BE FOUND BELOW. 

WHAT WE CAN HELP YOU WITH:

Our range of services and treatments is extensive due to the experience our staff have in their respective fields. We’ve seen it all!

 We have put together a list of the most common issues we deal with:

GOLF Related Neck Pain | GOLF Related Back Pain

GOLF Related Shoulder Pain | GOLFER’S Elbow

HOW TO PREPARE FOR A SESSION:

Aside from a positive attitude, you should bring the following items to sessions:

Suitable Clothing – e.g: Shorts, Strappy top, Sportswear etc.

Glasses – if you require them to read forms

Medical History – Please remember to inform us of any prior or ongoing medical problems that you have even if you think they seem unrelated to the pain you are seeking treatment for.

WHAT WE CAN HELP YOU WITH:

Our range of services and treatments is extensive due to the experience our staff have in their respective fields. We’ve seen it all!

 We have put together a list of the most common issues we deal with:

GOLF Related Neck Pain | GOLF Related Back Pain

GOLF Related Shoulder Pain | GOLFER’S Elbow

HOW TO PREPARE FOR A SESSION:

Aside from a positive attitude, you should bring the following items to sessions:

Suitable Clothing – e.g: Shorts, Strappy top, Sportswear etc.

Glasses – if you require them to read forms

Medical History – Please remember to inform us of any prior or ongoing medical problems that you have even if you think they seem unrelated to the pain you are seeking treatment for.

Ready to book with us?

Ready to book a session with us?

IT’S NEVER BEEN EASIER TO BOOK A SESSION WITH US, JUST CLICK BELOW AND CHOOSE WHAT TYPE OF APPOINTMENT, WHICH CLINIC AND WHICH THERAPIST YOU’D LIKE.
What should I expect in the first session?

During your first session we will discuss your symptoms so that we can understand exactly what your going through. We will then use our skills to find out what is causing your pain and combinding that with your swing pattern, before starting your treatment plan. By the end of the session a treatment and recovery plan will be agreed between yourself and your therapist. Your first session will last approximately 60 minutes, any follow up appointments that are required will last up to 30 minutes.

Other Frequently Asked Questions:

WHO DO I NEED TO SEE?
Will I see the Same therapist each session?

Yes, excluding extenuating circumstances once you are booked in with a therapist you will stay with them for your course of treatment. If they feel your needs will be better suited with another practitioner this will be discussed with you.

How many sessions will I need?

This will vary depending on the injury, the length of time you have been suffering with the pain and how well you implentment our advice. On average, our patients recover in 6 sessions.

Are there stairs?

Our treatment room is situated on the ground floor and is easily accessible.

DO I NEED TO SEE MY GP FIRST?

You do not need to see or be referred by a GP to book a visit with us. We currently do see a lot of patients referred by their GP. We may contact your GP on your behalf if needed.

Should I take my painkillers before my session?

Yes, if you are currently taking painkillers for your pain, you are able to take normal painkillers before any appointment. It won’t affect how we treat or assess. If you are not currently taking painkillers, do not take any before seeing us.

Do you accept insurance?

Unfortantely, we do not accept insurance treatment plans. We can provide you with an invoice for you to claim back from your insurer.

Do you do home visits?

We do offer home visits. Please contact us via email or by calling us to arrange this due to the added planning.

TEL: 07368286175

Email: activemotioninjuryclinic@gmail.com

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Opening Hours:

Monday 8am - 6pm Thursday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 8am - 6pm Friday 8am - 6pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm Saturday 8am - 12am

NEW CLINIC LOCATION:

Places of Leisure, Passfield Avenue, Eastleigh, SO50 9NL