Golf Assessment w/TPI & Nike

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TPI Certified Golf Medical Professional

 

TPI Certified Golf Medical Professional: The Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) is the world’s leading educational organization and research facility dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relations to the golf swing. At Back in Action, we will analyze a custom golf fitness screening test then prescribe physical conditioning exercises and therapies to improve your physical conditioning and performance. This program will make a difference in your golf game and can be used to screen athletes in other fields as well!

Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) addresses the need for synthesis between the golf professional, fitness trainer, and therapist to allow the golfer to achieve the most efficient swing possible. This includes injury prevention as well as dealing with some of the chronic problems and pain areas in golf.

Helping at any level of play

 

The TPI system assists top pros on a daily basis and works equally for any level of play and all ages. The TPI physical evaluation uses Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) to look at all the major muscle groups to determine weak and nonfunctioning areas.

We address all aspects of golf fitness which includes:

  • Strength

  • Stability

  • Mobility

  • Cardio

  • Balance

  • Posture

  • Coordination

  • Core strength

  • Power​

 

How many times does your golf professional want you to get the club “here” but you can’t physically do it? The philosophy of TPI is to achieve the most efficient swing that one can physically do, retaining individuality and precision.

There are 12 common swing characteristics that TPI has identified through countless hours of research of the world’s top players as well as amateurs. The TPI physical assessment is a 16-part screen that allows the clinician to identify limitations in the body that may be affecting the golfer’s swing. The ability to identify how certain swing characteristics are directly connected physical characteristics such as instability, lack of mobility or weakness is the core of what TPI refers to as establishing the Body-Swing Connection.

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Clinic Hours
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Monday: 7am - 3pm

Tuesday: 7am - 7pm

Wednesday: 7am - 6pm

Thursday: 1pm - 7pm

Friday: 7am - 3pm

Saturday: 8am - 1pm

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