Why Strength is Needed for the Golf Swing

Why Strength is Needed for the Golf Swing In the 1960’s and 1970’s, fitness in the realm of golf was non-existent and the only competitor out there that took his health and wellness seriously was The Black Knight, Gary Player. Fast forward 40 to 50 years later, some golf courses are over 7,000 yards and…

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Corona Virus

Some thoughts on Corona Virus transmission and protection – beyond the hype. By Keith Bluel PT, DPT Carona virus or Covid-19 is becoming more prevalent in the US at this time and is the top story for most news broadcasts including the health, politics, and business segments. At this time the CDC has a number…

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Corona Virus – Dear Valued Patient

Dear Valued Patient,   Your safety is our priority.   Center for Physical Excellence would like to assure you that the health of our patients and team members remains our top priority. We are open for business and have taken proactive measures amid the situation of Coronavirus (COVID-19). What we know: The CDC advises that…

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CORE CONNECTION

CORE CONNECTION Defining the term “core” in the fitness world seems to be somewhat of a difficult task. What makes up the core? Is it the abdominal muscles? The butt and hips? The middle of the back? How about the legs? Is the core your “center,” so to speak? I believe that the core is…

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Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release I would like to introduce a manual technique called myofascial release. It is a manual technique that focuses on the connective tissue in the body to improve motion, reduce pain and stiffness promoting good health. The John F Barnes myofascial release approach has been effective in treating patients for more than 40 years.…

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