Golf Rehabilitation and Performance

At USA Sports Medicine, our therapists are Titleist Performance Institute Certified experts with the necessary knowledge to help players identify and address any golf-related limitations and/or injuries through physical rehabilitation, swing assessment, and strength and conditioning. Whether you are a professional golfer or a weekend warrior, our therapists can help you take your skills to the next level and get you to some of the top pros in the state. Our medical professionals find the underlying cause of golf swing-related injuries and treat any muscle imbalances in order to optimize performance and help players get back in the game.

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I have been going to USA Sports Medicine for a couple of weeks, and to say that they have been taking amazing care of me would be an understatement. The whole team is incredibly kind, easygoing, and knowledgeable, and they have provided me with the best treatment possible. I absolutely love this place and don’t hesitate to recommend it.

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"The best in the business, professional and nice. I always feel like I am being heard and that progress is being made to help my body feel better.
I would highly recommend!"

— Dani Dellarco

How Can Golf Rehabilitation and Performance Help You?

The golf swing is a complex movement that requires coordination, balance, and proper mobility. Golfers of all levels can benefit from rehabilitation and performance therapy to help them achieve their best game. At USA Sports, we have created a comprehensive program for rehabilitating your golf-related injuries so you can recover from golfer’s elbow and other conditions affecting your game. We offer services such as physical therapy, strength training, preventative care, and much more!

Ready to improve your golf swing? If you are experiencing pain in your elbow or forearm, contact us today to schedule an appointment. We can help you get back on the course pain-free!

Golf Performance

In recent years, the game of golf has been evolving such that its players are becoming more powerful, more athletic, and more aware of the fact that proper biomechanics and fitness can allow them to play at the highest level without risking injury. It’s important to understand how the body’s limitations can impact a golf swing and how to address those limitations early in order to lower the risk of an injury down the road. Only a licensed professional is capable to of identifying these limitations and providing the proper means of addressing them.

Medial epicondylitis, or golfer’s elbow, is an overuse injury that occurs when the tendons of the forearm experience repetitive stress, resulting in inflammation. While golfer’s elbow is more common among golf players, it’s a condition that can affect anyone who participates in activities that require repetitive gripping or swing-like movements. Because individuals participating in golf are required to grip their golf club firmly during each shot, this activity can lead to golfer’s elbow if it becomes too strenuous for one particular area.

Our therapy for the golfer’s elbow involves a combination of stretching, strengthening, and manual therapy techniques. Depending on your specific condition and the severity of your pain, our therapists will develop a plan to help you stay active while reducing your pain. Therapy may require several in-person sessions and at-home exercises to perform between visits.

Rehabilitation therapy can help you stay on the green and avoid time off from your game due to injury. There are many benefits to rehabilitation therapy, including reduced pain and inflammation, improved range of motion, improved strength and grip strength, improved ability to swing a golf club, and prevention of future injuries that may impact your game.

Whether you are a professional golfer or a weekend golfer, our therapists can help you take your skills to the next level and get you to some of the top pros in the state. Our medical professionals find the underlying cause of golf swing-related injuries and treat any muscle imbalances to optimize golf performance. They help players get back to their best game with personalized physical therapy treatments from TPI specialists.

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More About Golf Rehabilitation and Performance

If you believe you have golfer’s elbow or a similar injury like tennis elbow, contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our golf rehabilitation and performance specialists for a professional evaluation. We will discuss your fitness goals, physical therapy treatment options, and answer any questions or concerns you may have.

If you are experiencing discomfort on the inside of your elbow, it may indicate that golfer’s elbow is present, and you may need physical therapy. However, this condition can also cause discomfort further up the arm and sometimes even lead to tingling sensations throughout the hand. If you experience any of the following symptoms, you may be suffering from golfer’s elbow:

  • Pain in the elbow or wrist
  • Joint stiffness in elbow or wrists
  • Sensation of pins and needles
  • Movement limitations

At USA Sports, you will be working one-on-one with a professional performance specialist. All our therapists are Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) certified experts with the necessary knowledge to help players identify and address any golf-related limitations and/or injuries through physical rehabilitation, swing assessment, and strength and conditioning.

We will evaluate your strength, flexibility, posture, and movement patterns to identify any pain and areas of improvement. Once we thoroughly understand your physical limitations and swing faults, we will develop a customized rehabilitation and performance program designed to help you restore optimal mobility and technique without any discomfort or pain. We will also assess your current golf swing mechanics and make recommendations for changes that will help you improve your game and reduce your risk of injury.

If you are struggling with golfer’s elbow or other conditions affecting your game, our golf rehabilitation and performance services can help. A physical therapist will work closely with you to create an individualized treatment plan to help you overcome and prevent future injuries for improved motion, mobility, and overall golf performance.

Call us today to learn more about our therapy services and book a consultation and assessment with a Titleist Performance Institute certified specialist.

Where is Golf Rehabilitation and Performance Offered?

Where is Golf Rehabilitation and Performance Offered?

Venice Beach, FL


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Brickell


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Miami Lakes, FL


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Select Kendall, FL Kendall, FL


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Pembroke Pines, FL


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Ft. Lauderdale, FL


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Boca Raton, FL


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Davie, FL


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Wynwood, FL


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Wellington, FL


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South Beach, FL


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Midtown Miami Anatomy, FL


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Miami Beach Anatomy, FL


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Fisher Island, FL


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Coral Gables, FL


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Coconut Grove Anatomy, FL


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Aventura, FL


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  • Adhesive Capsulitis/Frozen Shoulder
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