Osteopathy for Golfers

Overcome pain
& come back stronger to the green

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Meet our golf-loving osteopaths

Our highly qualified Sports Osteopaths, Tom Nottingham and James Symons, both love golf and understand the demands and mechanics of the game. They also know how frustrating it can be if an injury means you can’t play.

When you come for a consultation, our osteopaths will note the details of your health and current symptoms, and evaluate the way you move to help you find the root cause for any pain or discomfort.

They then provide a plan of targeted hands-on treatments, and a tailored rehabilitation program to support your recovery.

Your treatments and rehab program both aim to improve flexibility and strength, and help prevent future injury – so you can be out of the rough and back on the green, and stay there for as long as you wish.

To learn more or to book an appointment, call us at 01252 449435, email info@meadowsideosteopathy.co.uk or book a free call with Tom or James.

Or just click here to book your first appointment.

How osteopathy can help your game

  • Achieve faster recovery from pain and injury with expert diagnosis, tailored hands-on treatments, and comprehensive advice
  • Reduce pain and return to play sooner with Laser Therapy – cutting edge technology in MSK health, used to reduce inflammation and accelerate tissue repair
  • Improve club head speed and overall performance with better spinal mobility and rotation
  • More consistently accurate strokes though improved balance and strength in your foundation – feet, ankles, knees and hips
  • Super-charged swing and reduced fatigue following our bespoke strength and conditioning programme, prepared for you by our osteopaths

Common golf injuries we treat and prevent

  • Back pain or neck pain & stiffness
  • Slipped discs & spinal joint problems
  • Hip & pelvic pain or injury
  • Tendinitis, including ‘golfers elbow’ & ‘tennis elbow’
  • Rotator cuff shoulder injuries
  • Painful or unstable knees
  • Ligament strains, stiffness or hypermobility
  • Plantar Fasciitis & ankle sprains
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