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Center for Chiropractic & Decompression NYC Ready to Help Golfers Improve their Game
Date:8/26/2013

New York (PRWEB) August 26, 2013

August is National Golf Month, and golfers throughout the tri-state area are looking for new ways to improve their golf game. In honor of National Golf Month, The Center for Chiropractic & Decompression NYC is offering golfers a new therapeutic treatment that has been proven to add both 25 degrees to your rotational range of motion and nine yards to your drive.

The Active Therapeutic Movement (ATM2) exercises are one of the newest techniques in physical therapy and chiropractics. Developed to provide immediate and dramatic relief from pain in the back, pelvis, shoulders, hips, leg, and neck, ATM2 also improves muscle tone and promotes increases in motion and strength.

The ATM2 device is an upright treatment tables with a set of specialized belts that allow you to be comfortably positioned to target specific muscle groups. Stretching exercises use brute force to elongate muscles, causing the brain to compensate with other muscles, thus creating a lack of stability in the spine and tearing muscle fibers so they will grow back stronger. ATM2 uses a set of stabilized, resisted exercises that synchronize muscle movement and promotes more efficient muscle firing patterns. For golfers, even a few minutes of ATM2 therapy can relax and realign global muscle groups for a more powerful, more efficient golf swing.

“PGA long-drive champion Gerry James was one of the first to try the ATM2, and he found that after only five minutes he had an additional 25 degrees of rotational motion,” said Dr. Noam Sadonvik, founder and director of the Center for Chiropractic & Decompression NYC. “Research shows that 57 golfers were tested using ATM2 and were able to increase their range of motion an average of 8.6 degrees, and add an average of nine yards to their drive. ATM2 exercise therapy ‘reboots’ the nervous system and delivers immediate results with improved, pain-free motion.”


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