How is your golf game doing lately? Would it be a little bit better if you did not suffer from back pain on the course?
When a person is living with back pain, every single day on the golf course can become a struggle. The bottom line is that you do not deserve to deal with pain in your lower back when you are trying to enjoy your round of golf! If you suffer from back problems while you are out golfing, it is time to look at a lower back brace for support and pain relief.
2.) Benefits of Braces
Instead of consuming a ton of pills to douse your pain on the course, you may want to try other methods of pain relief. This is why so many people turn to back supports whether they are playing golf or not. – Not so long ago, back supports were large, bulky medical devices. Today, they are well-designed and are unobtrusive to wear. Most can be covered by everyday clothing and nobody will really be able to tell that you have one on unless you tell them. In essence, using a back support is noninvasive and does not carry a risk of overmedication.
3.) How They Can Help You on The Course
When you play golf you do a lot of walking (or sitting in a cart) and standing. When you are out on the course, a well designed lower back support can effectively help to off load your hurting lumbar spine elements. This is especially helpful if you have a herniated disc or a muscle strain that causes you pain. The off loading we are talking about comes from biomechanically increasing your intercavitary pressure. This sensation is like getting a “hug” around your midsection that does not go away unless you loosen or take off the back support.
When it comes to playing golf and back pain relief, it is time that you checked out a lower back brace today. They can be a helpful treatment option that will help you to reduce your pain and keep you on the course for a longer period of time. This could add up to more days, weeks or months per year that you can play golf because of the support that these braces can provide.
* This article is comprised of health information. We have seen lower back braces help thousands of people, but we do have to refer you to your physician for medical advice.