Cooling gel helps golf pain: back, shoulder, wrist,or elbow

Imagine a fun day at the golf course ending with aches and pains in your back, wrist, shoulder, neck, or elbow.

Those pain locations are the most common in the sport.

How do golf pains come about?

Golf injuries happen a number of ways, including:

  • Intermittent play
  • Poor conditioning 
  • Excessive play or practice
  • Lack of flexibility 
  • Poor swing mechanics 
  • Ground impact forces 

What to do when injuries happen:

As with most injuries it is important to speak to your doctor.  They may help you find a professional such as a physical therapist, or a golf pro to assist you.

A cooling regimen with OrthoGel can also bring much needed relief.  Many golfers are pleasantly surprised with it because it works as advertised.  Fast acting topical analgesics work quickly to bring soothing relief.

Some golfers even go as far as keeping OrthoGel in their golf bag.

Sources: Stop Sports Injuries Kansas City Sports & Fitness