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Dr. Speer is TPI Golf Certified!

Dr. Speer recently completed his certification through the Titleist Performance Institute!

TPI is the best tool on the market to evaluate & diagnose golf mechanics & injuries as well as improving performance on the course!

This class teaches how to thoroughly evaluate a golfer (or any rotational athlete’s) physical readiness using TPI’s physical assessment screen & how the results of that assessment are correlated to the player’s swing characteristics.

Dr. Speer is certified by the Titleist Performance Institute!

How Can Dr. Speer Help Your Golf Game?

Dr. Grant Speer uses his thorough and detailed assessment (which includes TPI) and combines this with a variety of hands-on treatment and rehabilitation to help golfers in Northeast Florida reach their playing goals!

Every appointment starts with you expressing what your health or golf goals are, then we formulate a plan together to get you where you want to be! 

We have helped many golfers rehabilitate injuries and pains to the low back, wrist, elbow (golfer’s elbow), knee, and neck! Our philosophy is to get you out of pain quickly and then give you the tools you need to make sure you stay pain free! This approach makes sure that we actually treat the root problem and not just mask the symptoms.

We have also helped several golfers that do not having any injuries or pains but simply want to swing the golf club with more mobility and fluidity! We help these local golfers near us increases their mobility, joint stability, and motor control for a smoother, easier swing!

Dr. Speer's TPI Certification

About TPI

TPI is based out of southern California and was founded by Greg Rose, Doctor of Chiropractic in 2003. According to their website, “TPI has studied thousands of golfers ranging from the top professional Tour players to weekend enthusiasts. An incredible amount of data on players of all shapes, sizes, ages, and fitness levels has been gathered during this time. Using this data, TPI discovered how a properly functioning body allows a player to swing a golf club in the most efficient way possible. Additionally, TPI has analyzed how physical limitations in a player’s body can adversely affect the golf swing and potentially lead to injury.”

This led to the development of the TPI screen and assessment. Which is a series of tests used to evaluate a golfer’s range of motion, motor control, joint stability, and mobility. This assessment helps determine what a particular golfer is good at and what could be improved!

To learn more about how we can get you swinging with more mobility and back to playing injury-free golf, call or text our office! 904-217-7078

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Playing Pain Free Golf

If you know someone in the Saint Johns, Florida area (Durbin Crossing, Aberdeen, Rivertown, Julington Creek Plantation, Beachwalk, Silverleaf) who is not able to live the active lifestyle that they want because of an injury or pain and could benefit from our thorough approach and comprehensive care, please share this post with them or send them our way!

We are conveniently located in between CR 210 and Race Track Road, near where St. Johns Parkway and Longleaf Pine intersect! Right across the street from Patriot Oaks Academy in the 32259 zip code! Only minutes from the top golf courses in our area including St. Johns Golf & Country Club, the Golf Club at South Hampton, Cimarrone Golf Club, Julington Creek Golf Club, and the future site of Stillwater Golf & Country Club!

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