Golf

Golf Performance and Injury Prevention Program

Micheal Okumura has been trained by the C.H.E.K Institute to analyze how the body affects the golf swing and how faulty mechanics can lead to a golf injury.   Alternatively, when a golfer is playing with pain, they will typically compensate their movement patterns in an attempt to reduce pain but inevitably will lead to a disruption in motor movement patterns resulting in further injury. The end result is a golfer who is injured, playing with pain and has compromised ball hitting power and accuracy.

Golf Performance

Functional movement screens and selective movement assessments are used to help develop either a golf rehabilitation or golf performance program which will result in the following benefits:

  • Ball striking accuracy
  • Golf swinging efficiency
  • Injury prevention
  • Core stability, segmental flexibility, and overall strength

Our performance program ideally compliments any programs designed by a golf instructor. Michael can work directly with your golf instructor to help develop a swing that biomechanically places less stress on the soft tissue structures (joints, tendons and muscles) of the body.

Golf Fitness

After a detailed golf performance assessment has been done, an Individualized Golf Fitness Program can be generated based on the player’s performance deficiency. A golf fitness program is designed to work in harmony with the golfer’s movement pattern while adding the necessary improvements in stability, strength and overall fitness to their game.


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