Invest in your golf game. Invest in you.

Pacific Coast Therapists is proud to bring an innovative golf program that is geared to rehabilitate injuries, upgrade performance, improve consistency, and teach golf-specific physical fitness and injury prevention.  

And who better to provide this to you than a Physical Therapist? Utilizing both a Certified Medical Level Two Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) instructor and K-Coach technology, you will receive a comprehensive, evidence-based evaluation which will provide the golfer with identification of physical strengths, weaknesses, and restrictions and allow the development of a customized golf-specific fitness program.

This system of evaluation was thoughtfully designed utilizing over 20 years of research and more than 100,000 golfers evaluated to pinpoint the exact cause of physical dysfunction in your swing.

With our comprehensive golf fitness program, we can help you heal from injuries incurred from the game or get you in shape to play better. 

Pacific Coast Therapists provides patients with rehabilitation, golf exercises, and performance-enhancing techniques. Get ready to start playing the best golf of your life! 

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What is the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI)?

TPI is the world’s leading educational organization dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relation to the golf swing. This organization is comprised of industry-leading golf professionals, physical therapists, chiropractors, medical doctors, surgeons, fitness professionals, and biomechanical experts.

The combination of these highly skilled professionals has led to impressive accomplishments such as 18 of the last 20 major championships were won by players advised by TPI-certified instructors and 25 of 30 of the top players on the PGA tour are advised by TPI-certified instructors.

“TPI does not believe in one way to swing a club, rather in an infinite number of swing styles.  But, we do believe in there is one efficient way for every player to swing and it is based on what the player can physically do.”

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What is K-Coach?

Simply put, K-Coach acts like an MRI for your golf swing. With strategically placed sensors on your trunk, hips, arm, and hand the technology is able to create a 3D model of your golf swing.  This tells us exactly how you sequence, move, create speed, create power, and what position your body is in at every point of your swing. All of this information is essential in improving your performance and reducing the risk of injury.

The K-Coach can also be utilized for biofeedback training in which a visual and auditory cue is created when you get into the correct, more efficient position. Did you ever want to recreate that one swing you had that you flushed down the middle? With K-Coach you can capture and save that perfect swing and learn how to recreate it over and over again.

K-Coach is utilized by more than 50 of the Top 100 PGA and LPGA coaches.

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The Importance of a Team

Pacific Coast Therapists believe and follow the guidance of TPI by emphasizing the importance of a team approach for every golfer. As a certified TPI Medical Level Two instructor, our role is to help with the physical requirements of your golf swing. We do not specialize in golf instruction; this is the role of a professional golf instructor.  

For any golfer to get the most out of the TPI Medical treatments and K-Coach technology, it is essential that it be used in connection with a golf professional who is trained at identifying and training golf swing mechanics. It is our goal that every participant in the Golf Fit Program be actively involved with a golf professional as well, with the hope of effective communication between our findings and their instructions.  

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Our Goal

The goal of the Golf Fit program is simple. If pain exists in your swing, we will analyze and identify the source utilizing the TPI Level Two Medical Assessment to design treatment to eliminate the cause of the pain. Once there has been a significant reduction or elimination of pain, then sessions transition into improving performance and extending your golfing career with the ultimate goal of minimizing injuries while maximizing your game. No pain? Then you get to skip to the fun part of the program, game improvement!

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For the Recreational Golfer

While this same evaluation has been performed on Tiger Woods and nearly all top-level golfers, every golfer can benefit from participating in a TPI Assessment. Want to break 100? 90? 80?  How about diagnosing and addressing the nagging pain in your lower back when you swing?  Want to be more consistent? How about extending your golf career and correcting issues that may cause pain in the future? All of this and more can be addressed in the Golf Fit Program.  During the initial evaluation, you will discuss your playing history with the TPI-certified therapist and outline your goals.

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For the Competitive Golfer

If nearly all the best players in the world utilize a TPI-certified medical professional, why wouldn’t you? Consistency is key when it comes to low scores. 

  • Why does your shot dispersion change from week to week? 
  • Why did you start fading the ball today when you normally play a draw? 
  • How does your swing sequencing compare to PGA and LPGA averages?  

The Golf Fit Program can lead us to the answers utilizing K-Coach technology. As a competitive golfer, it is imperative to understand how your body and swing are connected. Improving performance and consistency is the name of the game.

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For Golf Instructors

Is pain or a physical restriction limiting the improvement of any of your clients? The TPI believes in a comprehensive team approach and the Body-Swing Connection in which the medical professional is primarily responsible for the body and the golf professional is primarily responsible for the swing. 

One cannot operate efficiently and effectively without the other being in proper form. This requires teamwork and communication between golf and medical professionals to achieve each individual player’s maximum potential.  

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Goals of a Golf Fitness Program

  • Recovery and rehabilitation from injury
  • Game improvement
  • Improved golf performance
  • The perfect swing with the right movement patterns
  • Game endurance
  • Improve swing speed
  • Take your game to the next level

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Rehabilitation Program

The most common injuries golfers experience is problems with the lower back or lower body, wrist, elbow, or shoulder. Often, the cause of these injuries is related not only to inefficient or improper swing characteristics but more commonly related to physical limitations and weaknesses that make it difficult for you to swing correctly. 

Our golf rehabilitation program looks similar to our other physical therapy services but includes evaluation techniques, treatments, and training specifically designed to help gain the mobility and stability you need to swing the golf club properly.

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In the first session, you will meet with your physical therapist and establish your baseline in strength, range of motion, and flexibility. You will discuss your injury, the first stages of your treatment plan, and your ultimate goals.

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Strength and Flexibility:

This is the stage in which you will perform exercises specific to your injury and return to play better golf. Being physically fit leads to a stronger swing and better endurance. You will be able to use our state-of-the-art equipment in our clinic but will also have at-home exercises and a fitness plan to follow. 

In fact, better core strength has been known to lead to a stronger golf swing and improve clubhead speed!

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Learning the biomechanics of a perfect swing will improve your golf game and prevent injury. 

Get back on the green!

Let’s get you back to feeling like yourself again.

Physical therapy treatment for chronic pain management can help you find relief and get you back to daily life pain-free. Your quality of life and well-being is worth everything!

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