Exercise and stretching improve mobility and flexibility – not only of the ECRB itself, but of the surrounding areas as well. Therapists should assess the extensor carpi radialis longus, supinator, digital extensors, and other muscles for strengthening and stretching.
Some of the most common golf injuries occur in the elbow, wrist, lower back, and shoulder. These injuries are mostly due to poor mechanics or overuse of weak, unstable muscles and joints. A strong golf swing transfers force through several joints and muscle groups between the foot and wrist.