Don't Let Foot Pain Ruin Your Golf Swing
Nerves that have thickened, become enlarged and are painful because they’ve been irritated or compressed. This pain can make it difficult to maintain a good stance during the golf swing.
Arthritis can cause joint pain in the big toe making it difficult to follow through with a swing.
Other conditions including ankle instability or ankle arthritis can also affect how a golfer’s weight shifts during their swing. Achilles tendonitis can throw golfers off balance during a swing and poorly fitting shoes may cause corns and calluses make standing and walking uncomfortable, which proves troublesome during a long golf game.
Be sure your feet and ankles are in top condition before you hit the links this spring by scheduling an appointment with our office.