How Can Golfers Get Their Swing Back and Live Pain Free?

Golf has increased in popularity over the last 15 years partly because it’s a low impact sport and the overall risk of injury is moderate compared to football or soccer. With that in mind, golf is a sport that challenges both the mind and body. It requires a lot of practice, patience, consistency, mental strength and skill to be successful at it. The golfer’s body is put in arduous and repetitive positions whether is hinging the wrist at the start of the takeaway or rotating the torso followed by the shoulder for an explosive swing, all movements that even with the correct technique can lead to overuse and fatigue of the muscles. Back pain, Golfer’s Elbow, shoulder pain, knee pain and wrist impaction syndrome are some of the underlying issues of the game.

It’s no surprise, the rate of injuries is on the rise. So, it is key that professional golfers and golf enthusiasts maintain a good warm up and conditioning routine along with a recovery method to relief pain and reduce downtime.  To avoid injuries impacting your scores and to keep enjoying the time on the course or on the practice range keep the following tips in mind: Always warm up, don’t rush to start, strengthen your muscles, practice increasing your flexibility, build your endurance, lift and carry clubs carefully and understand the mechanics behind the golf swing.

For golfers who want the very best when it comes to muscle recovery, it is important to invest in modern alternatives that can help you take advantage of the body’s circulatory system to promote pain relief and recovery from an injury.

Non-Invasive Pain Relief

Non-invasive methods of pain relief alleviate pain, through promoting microvascular circulation and improving muscle relaxation They can deliver daily treatments from the comfort of your home or wherever you are. Not only that, these methods offer a drug free alternative and therefore do not require a prescription; they can be used as often as required and with no side effects. Non-invasive pain relief methods treat injuries and work without causing damage to the body’s vital organs.

About Avacen

To date, over 5 million AVACEN Thermo-Therapy treatments have been given with zero adverse effects. The solution is in your hand. Simply place your hand in the FDA cleared, portable AVACEN device for usually 15 minutes and be surprised by the powerful results. AVACEN Thermo-Therapy TM increases microvascular circulation, which delivers essential substances like oxygen and nutrients to the body. Poor blood circulation can affect, body performance, energy levels and overall well-being, like in some cases the organs may not be receiving all the nutrients they need in order to function properly. Improving microcirculation have many benefits like, the increase of blood flow in areas that may had encounter blockage, promote tissue perfusion permitting exchange of nutrients and enhances responses to inflammation which can include edema.

AVACEN Thermo-therapy can effectively relieve minor muscle and joint pain, muscle spasms, minor strains and sprains, arthritis and more.  This is a life-changing device.

What Are People Saying?

Practitioners recommended and athletes love it. Olympic Gold Medalist and World Champion, Kaitlin Sandeno Hogan, commented: “Through-out my swimming I developed a lot of pain and aches…I am excited to use the AVACEN to eliminate all the residuals from years of training.”

Moreover, UFC Heavyweight Champion, Bas Rutten is now “100% a believer” and acclaimed, “It worked for the pain and on top of that it made me feel really good.”

Be at your best at playing the game and worry free about your pain with AVACEN by Nulife Ventures. NuLife Venture’s offers a safe and effective technology that is helping people get relief and feel better than they ever imagined possible through AVACEN Thermo-Therapy TM.   

For more information about how Avacon Thermo-Therapy works and other testimonials, visit https://www.avacen.com

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