Golf Kinematics

We’re using science to help you get better at golf.

The Golf Kinematics approach was developed by Treylan Loftis MS, LAT, ATC. While studying Athletic Training and Sports Medicine at the University of Idaho’s nationally renowned MSAT program, Treylan was introduced to various Manual Therapy techniques such as the Mulligan technique, Positional Release Therapy, and Total Motion Release. The University of Idaho encourages its students to mix and match treatment techniques as if they are tools in a toolbox to create specific treatment strategies for various ailments and athletic performance.

However, it would only be several years after graduation that Treylan would learn a truly innovative technique that would lead to the creation of Golf Kinematics. This technique was known as Clinical Kinesiology created by Alan Beardall. Clinical Kinesiology involves manually testing muscles to find weak or “inhibited” muscles that result in pain or diminished athletic function. According to Beardall, weak or inhibited muscles can be stimulated by working the Orgign and Insertion of the muscles while holding Neurovascular reflex points.

Once Treylan, mastered this technique, he found it to be particularly effective for his patients who were recreational and even professional Golfers.


What other golfers are saying.

“The benefit that Trey’s kinematic work provides is invaluable. I love the fact with each session we stack progress on top of progress by moving on to other issues in the body that have been caused by compensations we’ve had to make to get by. Not only were his methods essential in rehabbing from injury, I am now able to train hard and recover faster which allows me to perform at my best. The way his methods stick have shown an increase in swing speed, a more efficient kinematic sequence, and most importantly, I am able to play without pain. I’ve tried various other methods such as chiropractic, where you feel great at first but a few days later need to go back for the same issues, not the case with Trey. I am lucky to have Trey be a part of my team and if he is not part of yours you are getting left behind! ”

Brandon Kida, Pro Golfer

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