Attention Golfers Suffering with Back Pain (especially if you are over the age of 40) - Discover Easy and Effective Ways to Get Back in the Game!

Don't force your back to go to battle every time you step into the tee box! Learn these 7 proven strategies for keeping your back in shape (...even if you have suffered for years!).
David Ebbecke, DPT, MBA, OCS, TPI-CGFI MP3

Physical Therapist & Owner Piedmont Physical Therapy, Inc.

A Personal Message from Specialist Back Pain Physical Therapist and Owner of Piedmont Physical Therapy, David Ebbecke

As someone who enjoys playing golf, you have probably come to expect that back pain is an inevitable consequence of the game. Perhaps you have even been told that you have to accept it and that medication and rest (sometimes for weeks on end), are a necessary trade-off for participating in the game.

Let’s face it, there is a likely chance that you’ve experienced back pain if you have golfed for some time.  Statistics don’t lie, back pain is the most common injury that affects golfers, both in the professional and amateur populations.

Golfing is no longer just about club selection, proper instruction and practice, practice, practice. The industry now recognizes the very important contribution that fitness plays.  Despite this truth, there are too many golfers who develop back pain and fail to get to the root of the problem.  They may not understand that medication and rest will provide only temporary relief, and that re-injury is likely to occur once resumed.

If this sounds familiar, then I invite you to allow me to help keep you doing what you enjoy with my free report titled: 7 Strategies for Maintaining a Healthy and Pain Free Lower Back – A Guide for Golfers.  We all agree that the golfing season in Northern Virginia is already too short thanks to Mother Nature.  Why risk making it even shorter?

This report contains very powerful, easy to implement, actionable advice that has been shown to work.  No medications/pain-relieving sports creams make it on the list, and you will incur no expenses to gain the benefits provided in this report. 

With this information, I want golfers to be able to make a well-informed decision for addressing their back pain and empower them to take action with safe and effective approaches.

This report is ready for you to claim and is packed with easy to follow strategies.  The foundation for this material is based on years of research on the golf swing and the very particular demands it places on the human body – specifically the spine.

It’s time to request my free tips report by calling us at (703)-368-7343, or click the button below to confirm your details.  

There are a limited number of free copies of this report available – so please request it today. 

Committed to Restoring Your Potential, 

David Ebbecke 

Leading Physical Therapist and Level III TPI Certified Golf Fitness Instructor (Medical) in Prince William County 

Attention Golfers Suffering with Back Pain (especially if you are over the age of 40) - Discover Easy and Effective Ways to Get Back in the Game!

Don't force your back to go to battle every time you step into the tee box! Learn these 7 proven strategies for keeping your back in shape (...even if you have suffered for years!).

More About The Person You'll Be Helped By...

Since 1997, David has been helping individuals in Prince William County overcome pain and disability. Following in the footsteps of his friend and mentor, David S. Mizener, David took ownership of Piedmont Physical Therapy, Inc. (formerly Mizener, Ebbecke & Associates) in 2009, and continues to see patients in the clinic daily. 

David had his sights set on a career in the healthcare field from a young age. He chose physical therapy after witnessing the positive impact it had on his father who was suffering from a painful shoulder injury. 

Drawing from an extensive background in orthopedics and sports rehabilitation, David integrates his skills as a manual therapist and exercise specialist to assist patients in living a life without pain and reliance on pain medication. He has published several articles on managing and avoiding common musculoskeletal injuries. 

David’s Credentials & Practice Experience: 

• Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) from Shenandoah University in 1996. 

• Certification in Manual Therapy (MTC) from The University of St. Augustine in 2001. 

• Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from Shenandoah University in 2004. 

• Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) certification in 2006 recognizing advanced clinical proficiency in orthopedic physical therapy practice. 

• Became President & Owne& of Piedmont Physical Therapy, Inc. in 2009. 

• Certified practitioner in Trigger Point Dry Needling from Kinetacore in 2013. 

• Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Level III Golf Fitness Instructor Certification (Medical) in 2014. 

"Check out these clients who Came to Piedmont Physical Therapy, Inc. And were back on the golf course in Just A Few Short Weeks!"

"I recently injured myself after not warming up properly before a round of golf.  The pain was located in my lower back on the right side.  I found it difficult to get up out of chair without wincing, riding on the lawn tractor was also torture when the ride got bumpy.  Went to my doctor who prescribed muscle relaxants and anti-inflammatories.   After taking these for several days with no relief I made an appointment with David Ebbecke.   After just one treatment almost all the pain was gone.   Now I am not a religious person but the relief was such that I felt like I had experienced a miracle!"

Steve

Mid 60's, Haymarket, VA.

“Amazing!  This program delivers on and off the course.  After 8 weeks, I gained 15 yards off the tee, stamina to stay focused after #12, and lost the post-round aches and pains -- all without swinging a club.  You know all those swing flaws your golf pro tells you to fix on the range?  David identifies the underlying physical reasons with a Titleist Performance Institute professional assessment.  The CORE/TPI team targets improvement with personal or small group training and a personalized exercise program.  After the program, TPI reassessed and there it was:  improved stability, rotation, flexibility, and balance.  Oh yeah...did I mention that I gained yardage with every club in the bag?”

Janis

Mid 60's, Woodbridge, VA.

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