Does your body restrict you from playing golf well? Do you want to lower your handicap and increase your enjoyment of the game? Can you get through 18 holes without having pain in your neck, shoulders, back and feet? How would you like to play a round entirely PAIN FREE? How would you like to add more power and distance to your game? Did you know that about 85 percent of Americans suffer from back or neck problems? If you are included in this statistic than you know that these problems are affecting your performance and overall health.

Dr. Mark Schlobohm, Director of New Providence Chiropractic, has developed a powerful lecture on how to play golf pain free. Secrets of the Pro’s will show you how to develop techniques to ensure pain free golf while increasing your performance on the course. The lectures are being offered on July 16, 18 and Aug.13.  Each participant will receive a complimentary round of golf at Fairmount Country Club for themselves and two or three of their guests. You do not have to be a member of Fairmount Country Club to participate.

“All sports can cause injuries, but golf in particular is particularly hard on the spine and can restrict range of motion, reduce strength, slow reflexes, shorten endurance, and decrease performance, all of which can be devastating to all athletes – professional and amateur," Dr. Schlobohm said. 

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Dr. Schlobohm is an expert on biomechanics and posture which are necessary to injury free golf.  Dr. Schlobohm is a PGA Certified Physician and treats golfers on the PGA and Champions Tours. He has worked with many professional athletes and Olympians over the years. Dr. Schlobohm was a treating physician at the Olympics in Atlanta in 1996 and Athens Greece in 2004 for the Decathlon Team.  He is also an avid golfer and understands the golfer mentality. 

To sign up for the lecture and complimentary round at exclusive Fairmount Country Club, please visit www.npcfreegolf.com or contact Eric Dunne at edunne@npchiro.com. Participants are required to sign up with at least two or three guests in order to attend.