Pain in the forearm is not uncommon for many golfers. There can be many different reasons for this occurring.
- Decreased range of motion in the wrist
- Trauma to the area
- Hitting heavily into the ground making large divots
- Lack of trunk rotation
- Decreased shoulder blade control
- Moving too close to the ball in the downswing
- Decreased control at the pelvis
Each case is individual to each person and needs to be addressed accordingly. If only the forearm is addressed for treatment of the pain and the causative factor is not addressed, there is high probability the pain will be a recurring issue.
Book in your Physiotherapy Assessment and Golf Screen with Krystal now to start the process of feeling and playing better.
Krystal Evans is TPI Certified