Golf, a cross-country game in which a player strikes a small ball with various clubs from a series of starting points (teeing grounds) into a series of holes on a course. The player who holes his ball in the fewest strokes wins.

Golf requires much more athletic ability than most of us realise. Golf is a sport with many health and wellbeing benefits. A reported 60 million people of all ages play golf across the world, sometimes into their 80s and 90s. However, golf can be very demanding, requiring strength, endurance, explosive power, flexibility and athletic ability to perform a movement that produces some of the fastest club head and ball speeds of any sport.

The effect of these repeated large forces on the body can lead to many different types of injuries, which are often specific to certain areas and sides of the body in golfers, depending on their lead side.

Much research has been done on the types and likelihood of injuries experienced by golfers with the main areas of the body prone to injury being the lower back, shoulder, elbow, wrist and hips.

Common Injuries

Common Injuries in order of frequency of occurrence

  • Lower back strain
  • Elbow (golfers’ and tennis elbow)
  • Wrist and hand sprains
  • Shoulder : rotator cuff irritation
  • Knee : anterior knee and medial joint stress
  • Rare and specific to golf : fractured hook of hamate


  • 3D biomechanics + video analysis of golf swing to determine exact angle of various joint Kinetisense
  • Our Specialized equipment like K-force and Dynamometer gives Quantitative analysis of muscle testing of all major muscle groups including upper limb, lower limbs + spinal muscles
  • Agility +explosiveness testing
  • Blazepod reaction time, speed + acceleration assessment
  • Gaze tracking and visual focus testing
  • Sensory perception and peripheral vision testing
  • Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Screen for Golfers

PREPARE & Optimize

18, 24, or 30 sessions performance training programs Private Sessions with Sports Physiotherapist + Sports Scientist + Strength and Conditioning Coach + Sports Psychologist + Sports Nutritionist

  • Improve flexibility of all major at fault muscles (limbs + spine)
  • Improve muscle strength using Isokinetic Dynamometer
  • Strengthen core, hips + arm muscles
  • Increase velocity + speed to hit more yards
  • Reduce risk of injury
  • Improve movement efficiency +accuracy of golf shots
  • Increase rotational inertia
  • Increase angular velocity + distance
  • Improve hip + spinal mobility
  • Improve focus, rhythm + co-ordination via brain training
  • Improve eye hand coordination, sensory perception and reaction time via sensory training
  • Customised Dietary Recommendations
  • Anxiety and Stress Coping Strategies


  • Warm-up, cool down
  • Stretching
  • Strengthening, Pilates
  • Mobility Training


  • Strengthening Training like Copenhagen Strengthening, Nordic Exercise
  • Adjunct Therapy like Taping, Dry Needling, Cupping
  • Plyometrics
  • Pain modalities like IFT, TENS
  • Improve range of motion of spine, hip + shoulders


    Pro Recovery Formula :

  • Steam+ Sauna+ Pneumatic compression + Cryotherapy + Mobility Session
  • Break up muscular adhesions
  • Reduce soreness + inflammation
  • Increase flexibility


A sophisticated incorporation of high end software and technologies for above mentioned assessment and performance enhancement are as follows:

  • Isokinetic Dynamometer
  • Kinetisense
  • Force Plate
  • Gait ON
  • Sauna Bath
  • Steam Bath
  • Game Ready
  • EMG
  • VO 2 Max
  • Hyperbaric Chamber