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I love golf.  When diagnosed with Parkinson’s, little did I know that the disease would bring poor coordination, slow movement, limited range of motion, and impaired posture and balance – all causes of a broken golf swing.  To reduce the impact of these symptoms requires a solid understanding of how the body’s muscles and nerves work.  Kjersten’s methods focus on retraining the body from the ground up to deliver the clubhead to the ball with maximum power and accuracy.  There is no overnight fix, but I’m making good progress and believe that I’m in good hands.

Written by TherExcel Sports Performance and Physical Therapy

Kjersten Marlow is a physical therapist with more than 20 years’ experience treating orthopedic injuries and helping golfers improve their games. Kjersten holds a Masters in Physical Theraphy. She is a Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Level 3 Certified Medical Professional and has extensive background in BACKtoGOLF performance training. She also performs bio-mechanical assessment through the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). Kjersten has worked with amateur to pro golfers of all ages in Maryland and North Carolina.