The New Jersey State Golf Association and JAG Physical Therapy have entered into a partnership to benefit state golfers, Steve Foehl, NJSGA Executive Director has announced.
JAG Physical Therapy, which is headquartered in West Orange, N.J., the “Official Physical Therapy Provider” of the NJSGA , has six offices throughout the state and conducts a specific golf fitness program offered at a 10 percent discount to NJSGA membership.
JAG Physical Therapy has locations in West Orange, Warren, Cedar Knolls, Union, Hackensack and Woodbridge.
“The NJSGA is happy to partner with the preeminent physical therapy provider in northern and central New Jersey,” said NJSGA Board of Trustees member Frank O’Brien. “JAG provides a wonderful opportunity for our membership to prepare for the golf season and beyond by availing themselves to the golf fitness program JAG offers.”
“We are thrilled to partner with the New Jersey State Golf Association,” JAG Physical Therapy president John Gallucci, Jr. said. “Myself, along with the entire JAG Physical Therapy team, look forward to serving as a medical resource for the New Jersey State Golf Association’s more than 250 member clubs, courses, and organizations.
“We will utilize our expertise in patient care and golf specific programs to assist in maintaining the physical fitness and health of their 70,000 members,” Gallucci added.
JAG Physical Therapy’s golf fitness program includes an evaluation by a certified TPI instructor to identify physical limitations and faults in a swing, to correct the physical limitations and to integrate physical gains into an individual swing.
Treatments include a combination of exercise and manual techniques and the elimination of weakness and soft tissue restriction through flexibility, core strength and balance. Check NJSGA.org to find out how to take part in JAG Physical Therapy’s golf fitness program.
About JAG Physical Therapy
JAG Physical Therapy is a comprehensive outpatient physical therapy company which provides physical therapy care for general orthopedic, sports and soft tissue injuries, Workers’ Compensation cases, and Medicare patients.
JAG Physical Therapy President, John Gallucci, Jr., is one of the foremost leaders in physical therapy care. Gallucci, a former head trainer for the New York Red Bulls, is currently the Medical Coordinator for Major League Soccer and sits as an appointed member of the New Jersey Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sport.
About the NJSGA
In accordance with the mission statement, the New Jersey State Golf Association, a non-profit organization of member clubs and courses, is dedicated to serving golf in New Jersey. Founded in 1900, the NJSGA was formed for the purpose of promoting and conserving the true spirit of the game throughout the state. Now in its 112th year, the NJSGA has continued to grow and serves more than 275 clubs, courses and organizations representing more than 100,000 golfers throughout the state. It conducts 23 men’s and women’s tournaments, offers handicapping service (GHIN), has donated more than $8 million through its Caddie Scholarship Foundation and promotes the growth of golf through its Youth Foundation.