Craig’s work as a periodontist requires that his back, shoulder, wrists, and hands work together in concert.
When he was injured in a car accident and required surgery to repair torn cartilage in his shoulder, he needed a smooth, uncomplicated recovery.
Soon he was back to work, but realized that his golf game had suffered. Loss of motion as a result of trauma and surgery that significantly altered his backswing at the tee box. He looked to his golf coach and his therapist to come up with a solution together.
Using input from his golf coach, Craig’s program shifted from a typical postoperative program to a specialized program developed for additional flexibility and the high-velocity strength needed to keep his golf swing at it’s best.
With his sport-specific program, Craig got what he needed – a return to golf on his own terms and with his old swing.
“My goal was to get back to work, but just as important was playing golf. Prior to surgery and physical therapy, I was an 18 handicap. I am now a 12 handicap. Guy did a great job enhancing my flexibility and strength for work and play.”