Local Chiropractor Helping Golfers to Improve Their Game and Play Without Injuries, and Now Offers Free Consultation for New Patients

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For many years of successful chiropractic practice, Dr. Mark Harris has been helping many patients suffering from back pain. Today Dr. Harris reveals how he can treat golfers back pain and how he can help avoid injuries. Free consultation also awaits new patients.

Dr. Mark Harris - Dallas, TX Chiropractor

Dr. Mark Harris - Dallas, TX Chiropractor

Chiropractors are in a great position to help golfers understand the correct way to move and turn, while still enjoying lots of golf.

Dr. Mark Harris of Trinity Mills Chiropractic is helping golf lovers to stay on the green longer. "All too often I see golfers end up taking drugs or having to stop playing all together, just because of back pain from golf. Recently chiropractic treatment has really caught on as an excellent way to get rid of those on-the-green pains," says Dr. Harris.

"The problems occur from all those repetitive golf swings. Since chiropractic is the science of the spine, we are in a great position to help golfers understand the correct way to move and turn, while still enjoying lots of golf," says Dr. Harris.

Professional golfers are well aware of the benefits that chiropractic care can provide. A recent study reported that up to 85 percent of injuries on the PGA Tour and Senior Tour relate to spinal misalignment. Between 70 to 75 percent of these golfers receive chiropractic care regularly. Amateur golfers can especially benefit from chiropractic care. There is approximately 25 to 30 million amateur golfers in America. "It's my goal to educate golfers that chiropractic can really benefit them and keep them playing pain free," says Dr. Harris.

"Not only can chiropractors most effectively treat back injuries caused by golf, but can also help them prevent injuries. Some important things they should be doing is taking practice swings on both sides of their body, drink plenty of water, shortening your back swing, and using correct posture and stance," Dr. Harris concluded.

Dr. Harris offers new patients a complimentary consultation. Once you meet Dr. Haris and his staff, you won’t want to go anywhere else. Dr. Mark Harris, D.C. is located at 17610 Midway Rd. Suite 124. Telephone: (972) 380-6977.

Where can people find out more about a Dallas, TX chiropractor and Dr. Harris? Visit http://www.ndallaschiro.com to learn more.

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