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Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Golf Screen

Titleist has spent two decades studying the body – swing connection. There are injuries associated with the golf swing that few evaluate better than TPI which looks at why these injuries develop, how to treat them and what exercises to prescribe to stop these problems from returning and improving performance.

Y-Balance Test

The Y balance test is a thoroughly researched way to test your balance and movement control. The YBT allows us to quarter the body and look at how the “core” and each extremity functions under body weight loads.

Y balance test protocol was developed after years of research in injury prevention, measures in pre and post rehabilitation performance, dynamic balance for fitness programs and return to sport readiness.

Selective Functional Movement Assessment

The body is made up of an alternating pattern of stable segments connected by mobile joints. When that movement pattern is broken pain isn’t far away.

The SFMA is used to identify problems of poor joint mobility, muscle and tendon flexibility and poor quality movement within the body to determine hidden underlying musculo-neuro-skeletal problems away from the point of pain.

How do you find these non-painful problematic areas? It is easy really, have yourself assessed. North Shore Chiropractic have been performing selective functional movement assessments since 2010.

Having a blueprint of problematic areas allow reduced treatment sessions with your therapist by moving straight onto treating the root cause of the problem.

Functional Movement Screen

We take the guess work out of clients going back into training. Put simply the FMS is a ranking and grading system that documents your movement patterns that are key to how you move day to day.

The functional movement screen score is used to find and target problem movements and track progress. It identifies dangerous movements that can be addressed and it is linked to the most beneficial corrective exercises to reset good movement patterns.