Welcome to Therapeutic Golf Rehabilitation
Golf is HEALTH
Building on the inherent physical and mental health benefits of golf, Therapeutic Golf Rehabilitation (TGR) provides victims an innovative, evidence-based approach to rehabilitation.Download Our Brochure
We Work a Variety of Clientele:
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Dizziness/Vestibular Rehabilitation
- Chronic Pain Syndromes
- Systemic Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
Golf is HEALING
Tee off on your journey to recovery through the
scientifically-supported, restorative power of golf.
Contact us today at 519-434-3881
Sari Shatil, PT, MSc – Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sari Shatil PT MSc, is a registered physiotherapist in London, Ontario, a Lecturer at the University of Western Ontario, and Founder of Therapeutic Golf Rehabilitation (TGR). TGR uses golf as a rehabilitation tool to improve balance, mobility, flexibility, strength and fitness, and to reduce pain and disability. Combining physiotherapy input with professional golf lessons and exercise results in improved golf and lower handicap. TGR has been published in medical journals, magazines and newspapers across North America. TGR is appropriate for any person who feels they have a physical limitation to their golf game. This may include disease (arthritis, stroke, spinal cord injury), injury (back pain, shoulder problems, broken bones, sprains, whiplash), or post-surgical recovery (hip or knee replacement, heart bypass).
Sari has post-graduate certification in advanced Bobath concept, vestibular rehabilitation, FITforeGOLF, and motor control. Sari sees potential in each person she treats and ensures they reach their goal of golfing to the best of their ability. She lectures and facilitates workshops and presentations across the country on TGR.