I treat several top international golf players for shoulder injuries, and also see lots of amateur golfers.
For professional players and keen amateurs alike, their dedication to the sport often wears their muscles out, especially in people over 40. Golfers have long been sufferers of shoulder impingement
Shoulder impingement will initially feel like a sore shoulder, but its pain will gradually grow, often increasing when the arm is raised.
If you are dedicated and willing to work, the recovery time can be quick. Simply rest, apply ice to the injured arm, and exercise. Exercise will play a large part in your success, increasing your blood flow, enhancing movement, and continuing mobility.
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