Dr. Frank Phillips, co-director of the Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush (MOR) Minimally Invasive Spine Institute, Chicago, conducted an informal study with his patients who were avid golfers. He found that most spinal fusion patients returned [More]
Playing Golf with a Bad Back – Martin Hall
3.5 years out with Dr. Lloyd Hey, Hey Clinic, from scoliosis surgery playing golf hitting ball straigher
Even with having surgeries he was able to greatly benefit having chiropractic adjustments at New Life Family Chiropractic. He’s now back to playing golf after years of not being able to.
It is possible to get back to life and play sports, like golf, after you have had spine surgery. Midland resident, Henry Driver, reports his experience after his surgery.
William Joines suffered with back pain for many years. After multiple spinal injections failed to alleviate his pain symptoms, Mr. Joines was referred to Dr. Onibokun at San Jose Neurospine. Following a successful spine surgery [More]
Dr. Jack Zigler, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon at Texas Back Institute provides insight to Tiger Woods back injury, golfing after surgery, and back spasms. Tiger’s debilitating back pain kept him from finishing a tournament, now he [More]
If you’re a golfer concerned about your game following spine surgery, Dr. Steuer has hopeful advice. For more information, please visit http://www.peachtreeneurosurgery.com or http://www.atlantaspinesurgery.com
Frank, from Pinehurst, visited the Hey Clinic and talks about how he is playing golf often after his spinal fusion surgery. He shares his opinion on the surgery.
Golfers need not be afraid of getting back onto the course after spinal surgery. Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush minimally invasive spine surgeon Dr. Kern Singh is heading a research team that is studying just how [More]