Physical assessment – Starting with a battery of tests and measures we identify issues that affect efficient motion, lead to or are causing pain and at the root of high scores.
Plan of care – Based on your goals and data gathered in our assessment we develop a prescription of activities that can range from treatments in one of our facilities to include physical therapy management of pain/injuries, or independently at home/gym. Additionally, we can share the plan with your PGA professional to maximize success of goals.
Follow up – Reassessments are recommended every 6 – 12 weeks to be sure treatments are meeting goals.
Benefits to investing in an assessment:
More effective golf instruction – Lessons are more productive and less frustrating as swing changes can be realized.
Maximize practice time – working on drills that will result in positive change vs irritated with same activities and same outcome.
Lower scores – Freeing movement improves impact position, power production and constancy.
More rounds played – Efficiency reduces energy demands leaving more available for another round or clean your gutters.
Enjoyment – Playing at your best is fun
Dr. Brakeville provides assessments for startup or existing programs eager to grow golf performance programs. These programs combine expertise from medical and golf professionals that meet needs of able and disabled golf population.
We offer several seminar formats designed to help the golf &/or medical professional understand how to boost performance, treat common injuries and ways to prevent them.
Fluid Golf Schools:
As a golf athlete, understanding how to maximize your body’s ability to move efficiently produces an efficient, consistent golf swing that reduces risk of injury and increases ability to play at your highest levels for a lifetime.
Special needs golfers – whether limited in participation from an injury, recovering from surgical procedure or have challenges outside normal scope, our training and experience can help get back on the course faster with minimal risk to further injury. Additionally, learn how golf is being used as a rehabilitative modality to regaining function, so you can get back to activities of daily living faster.