Adam Swanson, CEO
CPT, CES, PES, Neuromuscular Stretch Therapist, T.P.I CGFI
Adam is the owner/creator of Golfstretch Therapies, a Sports Performance and rehab center based in Scottsdale, Arizona. His unique combination of Neuromuscular Stretch Therapy, Corrective exercise, and Functional Training has helped his clients achieve their fitness goals, increase mobility, correct posture, and improve their everyday lifestyle. Adam has worked with a diverse range of clientele, from the humble weekend golfer to PGA Tour Professionals and NHL Hockey players. A Minnesota native, Adam attended St. Paul College and moved to Scottsdale in 2008 to broaden his study of bio-mechanics and kinesiology. Recently, he competed in the RE/MAX World Long Drive competition; his longest drive to date is 423 yards. Adam strives to continue improving his golf game and advance his professional credentials as a sports mobility and performance specialist. Together with Doctors, flexibility and postural correction experts, Adam has contributed to the development of sports-specific stretches and exercises designed to decrease muscle and joint pain, increase range of motion, improve flexibility, and promote proper body awareness. This innovative approach has attracted the attention of athletes in many different sports. He obtains certifications as a Neuromuscular Stretch Therapist, CPR, AED, and from the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a CPT (Certified Personal Trainer), CES (Corrective Exercise Specialist), PES (Performance Enhancement Specialist), and a Certified Golf Fitness Instructor from the Titleist Performance Institute.
Dr. Jordan Mackner
Chiropractic Physician, DNS, T.P.I CGFI
Dr. Mackner received his Bachelor of Arts from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota. While growing up in the Midwest Dr. Mackner enjoyed playing many sports including hockey in which he competed in through his college years at Concordia. After graduation Dr. Mackner attended Chiropractic school in St. Louis, MO at Logan College of Chiropractic and focused his education on sports performance and rehabilitation. While attending LCC Dr. Mackner was a Motion Palpation Institute representative at the school and taught the world renowned adjusting technique to other students. He was also employed by the college as a tutor and anatomy lab TA and spent hours teaching the subjects of Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, Physiology, and Biochemistry to first year students while also aiding in dissections in the cadaver labs. To better prepare himself for treating patients and athletes Dr. Mackner has attended extra hours of training in rehabilitation and adjustive techniques. His extra training includes treatment of musculoskeletal pathologies and adjustments of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine, as well as, functional assessment classes of the lower and upper quarter. Dr. Mackner’s rehabilitation continuing education hours include classes in McKenzie Method, DNS, Graston Technique, Kinesiotaping procedures, and a Certified Golf Fitness Instructor from the Titleist Performance Institute.