EXPERT GOLF SWING ANALYSIS

Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Certified industry professionals are golf experts. Assisting players of all levels, whether you have sustained an injury on or off the golf course, or are looking to boost your performance, a TPI-certified physical therapist can help you optimize your game.

TPI is the world’s leading educational organization dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relation to the golf swing. Using extensive research and data, TPI has developed a system, the Body-Swing Connection™, to analyze your body’s movement pattern and optimize the golf swing in a way customized to each player’s game. Additionally, this data has been used to determine how physical limitations in a player’s body can affect their golf swing and lead to potential injury.

Through the Body-Swing Connection™, your TPI Certified physical therapist can assess your physical fitness, any injury or limitations you may have, movement quality, and the biomechanics of your golf swing. This complete assessment is then used to develop a custom comprehensive physical therapy program to treat and rehabilitate your injury, improve your golf swing efficiency, and optimize your golf swing to prevent future injury.

The most efficient swing is not the same for every golfer. Golfers will benefit the most from a healthy and efficient body. Let our TPI Certified expert help you play your best game.

Call our Meriden or Wallingford office today to request a Golf Swing Analysis appointment with Kyle.

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