Cincinnati golf injury experts golf injury Golf Injury golf injuryGolf may not be a high-impact, high-intensity sport but there are many opportunities for injuries to occur. We have a wide variety of braces that will help aide in your recovery from any golf injury. Listed below is information on common diagnoses and the braces that may help your body heal and return you to activity. All of the braces need a prescription in order to bill insurance; please call with any questions and we can help find the right brace for you!

Common Golf Injury List

  • PLANTAR FASCIITIS – This golf injury is diagnosed when there is pain on the bottom of the foot near the heal. Pain is most intense in the morning.
    • Custom Foot Orthotics
    • OTC Orthotics
  • PFPS (Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome) – Most commonly referred to as “generalized knee pain”. Either caused by too much activity or muscle weakness.
    • Knee Sleeve
    • Patellar Stabilizing Brace
    • Custom Foot Orthotics
    • OTC Orthotics
  • MCL (Medial Collateral Ligament) SPRAIN – Pain on the inside of the knee due to the knee being forced inward; you may have trouble extending the knee.
    • Hinged Knee Brace
    • Knee Sleeve
    • Functional Knee Brace
  • LCL (Lateral Collateral Ligament) SPRAIN – Pain on the outside of the knee due to the knee being forced outward; may hear a pop when the injury occurs.
    • Hinged Knee Brace
    • Knee Brace
    • Functional Knee Brace
  • LOW BACK SPRAIN/STRAIN – This golf injury is typically caused by the constant twisting needed to swing a golf club.
    • Lumbar Support Brace
  • MEDIAL EPICONDYLITIS – The is the result of repetitive motion and/or having too tight of a grip on the golf club.
    • Wrist Brace
    • Band-It
    • Sling (depending on severity)
  • LATERAL EPICONDYLITIS – An overload on the extensor tendon of the elbow and/or having a too tight of a grip on the golf club.
    • Band-It
    • Wrist Brace
    • Sling (depending on severity)
  • CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME – Irritation of the median nerve that runs through the wrist; may cause numbness and tingling in the hands and fingers. If you have questions about carpal tunnel syndrome, read our blog post and get more details.
    • Wrist Brace

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