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Medical 2 | April 24th, 2019

“What is your typical return-to-play protocol after any type of surgery?”
“Suggestions on treating lumbar flexion mobility dysfunctions. Any common areas that usually go overlooked?”
“To roll, or not to roll?”
“Could you discuss high tone QL issues, especially on the right side. If no mobility restrictions, how do you address this as an SMCD?”
“What is the earliest, post total knee replacement, screening or portion of the top-tier SFMA that you would add with your knee rehab to help with your deficits?”
“After regaining FN pattern, in general, would you opt for improving speed or strength next through the pattern?”
“What have been the most successful strategies to gain golf-specific patients, breaking into a golf-medical practitioner niche? High marketing pitch to high-end golf clubs, golf courses, how do I talk to guys like (Dave)? Tips to educate the public on the value of a golf-medical expert.”
“Since the sub-scapularis is the most active rotator cuff muscle during the swing, is there any value to doing isolated subscap exercises just to improve its tolerance?”
“From your experience, how long would it take a player to develop the necessary torque so that they could regain the speed they will lose from fixing their reverse spine?”
“What are common mistakes a medical or fitness pro makes for which they act too much like the golf coach?”
“Is (scapular) winging a big problem in the golf swing?”
“Have you incorporated respiration into your treatment technique?”
“Have you noticed that if you do diaphragmatic breathing first before doing a reset exercise the patient has a better chance of doing the right motion pattern, or an easier way of getting the patient to do a motor pattern?”
“What is your go-to thoracic mobility exercise?”
“Struggling with getting a response from FootJoy. Trying to get a shoe recommendation for foot types (much like cushion, stability, motion control running shoes).”
“What’s your favorite treatment to increase lost range of motion at the occipit (c1-c2)”

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