EXCESSIVE SPINE ROTATION
The following limitations are usually at the origin of this swing characteristic.
A trail Hip Internal Rotation Mobility Dysfunction can prevent the player from rotating their lower body in the Backswing, causing them to use excessive spine rotation to get the club back.
Positive tests: Seated and Prone Hip Rotation.
When upper and lower body move in an uncoordinated way, the lower body spins out excessively during transition, causing an increase in the spine stretch. This can be caused by Lumbar Spine Flexion Mobility Dysfunction and/or Stability and Motor Control Dysfunction.
Positive Tests: Prone Rocking, Flexion Rolling Patterns.
MAY WE HELP YOU?
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Postureffect programs are designed to help increase your mobility, stability and balance by decreasing amongst others, fascial and musculoskeletal restrictions, dysfunctional patterns of movement (ex. scapulothoracic rhythm), adhesions and musculoskeletal imbalance (ex. upper and lower crossed syndrome).
In order to offer you a more complete, functional and wholistic treatment plan, we partner with like-minded Medical Practitioners, Golf Professionals and Physical Trainers that are able to focus on the aspects that need to be addressed but we don't specialise in.