We use modern technology to conduct detailed movement assessments that allow us to identify problems contributing to your pain or injury, such as inefficient swing motions, and work with you to choose the best treatment methods.
The Johns Hopkins Golf Rehabilitation Clinic caters to golfers of all ages and abilities who are unable to enjoy their favorite sport due to pain, stiffness or other symptoms. Our experts use evidenced-based therapy techniques and technology to treat your condition and get you back on the course.
Why Choose Johns Hopkins for Golf Rehabilitation
Already work with a golf professional or personal trainer? We are experienced in collaborating with golf teaching professionals, trainers, swing coaches, team coaches and other fitness professionals to help you maximize your results.
We create a custom treatment plan based on your injury and problems with movement or strength; the plan may include strength training, posture improvement and other neuromuscular re-education techniques, as well as dry needling, soft tissue mobilization and shockwave or laser therapy.
Our physical and occupational therapists include former golfers with years of competition experience, as well as those certified in the latest golf rehabilitation techniques and technology.
Our Golf Rehabilitation Experts
Ryerson Stinson | Occupational TherapistPrimary Therapist
Certifications: TPI Medical 2 Certified and K-Vest Certified
Expertise: Upper extremities
Nicole Clark | Physical TherapistExpertise: Neck, spine, lower extremities
Ryan Cummings | Physical TherapistExpertise: Neck, spine, lower extremities
Andrew Kunin | Physical TherapistExpertise: Neck, spine, lower extremities
John Shipley | Physical TherapistExpertise: Neck, spine, lower extremities