East Lansing, MI – We are excited to announce that Daniel Wolocko, the Director of Mercy Elite Sports Performance and Therapy at St. Mary Mercy in Livonia will present “Training Lateral vs. Vertical Power in the Golf Swing” at the upcoming Michigan PGA Teaching & Coaching Summit. Daniel will present the fist day of the summit ,Monday March 27.
Please see the article and more info below on Mercy Elite, a proud sponsor of the Michigan PGA
Recover from Injury or Enhance Your Game with MercyElite
Golf has seen a shift in how players prepare and maintain their bodies. Players are more powerful, more athletic and better equipped to perform. MercyElite Sports Performance offers golfers opportunities to enhance their game with golf-specific training. All of MercyElite’s trainers are Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) certified and experienced with the body movements required in a golf swing. TPI certification ensures that MercyElite trainers can quickly identify physical restrictions that may impact a player’s swing and make recommendations to improve limitations, develop conditioning programs and prevent injury.
“Golfers need efficient body movements,” said Dan Wolocko, PT, SCS, CSCS, director, sports performance and physical therapy, MercyElite. “MercyElite can help golfers recovering from an injury, looking to improve distance or enhance swing technique.”
MercyElite provides golf-specific exercises that help:
• Improve distance
• Eliminate swing faults
• Enhance swing technique
• Relieve pain
• Score better
MercyElite Sports Performance is the sports medicine service of St. Mary Mercy Livonia, a member of Saint Joseph Mercy Health System. For more information, visit mercyelite.org or call 734-655-8240.
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