The goal of The Golf Chiropractor website is for golfers to learn how chiropractic care can help them treat and prevent golf injuries. If you’re a chiropractor who is experienced in treating golf injuries, we invite you to submit an article for publication on our site.
Please read the following guidelines before you submit an article. If you have any questions, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Acceptable Topics: We accept submissions as pitches or fully written articles on topics related to chiropractic treatment of golf injuries. We will not accept any submissions that are purely self-promotional. Your article must provide
The blog is not a vehicle for press releases. If you have a question about whether your topic fits our needs, please contact us at email@example.com
Acceptable topics include, but are not limited to:
- common golf injuries
- prevention/ treatment of common golf injuries
- diagnosis and chiropractic treatment of golf injuries
- diagnosis and chiropractic treatment of golf wrist injuries
- diagnosis and chiropractic treatment of golf hand injuries
- diagnosis and chiropractic treatment of golf shoulder injuries
- diagnosis and chiropractic treatment of golf back injuries
- diagnosis and chiropractic treatment of golf hip injuries
- diagnosis and chiropractic treatment of golf knee injuries
- diagnosis and chiropractic treatment of golf forearm injuries
- diagnosis and chiropractic treatment of golf rib injuries
- diagnosis and chiropractic treatment of golf neck injuries
Originality: We welcome original material. You are welcome to republish your article submission on your own blog six months after publication on the Golf Chiropractor. When you repost your article, be sure to include the hyperlinked tag that says, “This piece was originally published on The Golf Chiropractor on mm/dd/yy.
Word Count: Ideally, your article should be between 1300-2800 words. Please be concise and consider overall readability. Your article should be written so a golfer who isn’t a medical professional can understand what has been shared.
Style: Please write in an easy-to-understand, accessible style by avoiding jargon and being overly technical. Because most of our audience is U.S.-based, we are only able to accept blogs written in English. Feel free to freely link to peer reviewed articles to provide evidence for any claims made within your piece.
When you write for The Golf Chiropractor, your readers are health conscious golfers. We will not accept articles that are promoting a device, brace or some other physical product. You may not include calls to action within your article. That means you can’t ask readers to sign up for your emailing list or membership site to get more information that what you’ve provided here.
Format and editing: All submissions will be edited for correct grammar and formatted per the Golf Chiropractor’s stylebook before publication. We may also break up long blocks of text to increase readability and rephrase sentences to be consistent with our conversational tone for blog posts. Keep your headlines short and simple, preferably no more than 11 words. We will reserve the right to edit headlines and content.
Author bio: Your blog post will be published under your byline, along with a two-sentence description of you and your practice. When submitting a blog post, please include a headshot. Do not add any author information within the text of the blog.
Images: We welcome editorial image submissions with your blog, as long as you have the rights to the image and provide a brief caption and photo credit. Images must respect the dignity, values, history, religion and culture of the subject photographed. They must also accurately reflect the subject being discussed and not be misleading. If you don’t have any images for use within your post, we may create images to improve the readability of the post when appropriate.
How to Submit an Article: Please submit blog post via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or use this form. We do not allow users to create profiles to submit written articles.
Payment: The Golf Chiropractor is unable to pay for contributed blog posts.
Disclaimer: The Golf Chiropractor retains the right to republish blog posts in any of our other publications. The Golf Chiropractor also reserves the right to decline to publish a submitted article for any reason, including duplication of recent topics, the need for significant rewrites, pieces that are self-promotional, pieces that are discriminatory or offensive, or if the topic does not fit with our needs. Because of the moderation process and our monthly editorial calendar, your article may not be published immediately. If several blog posts are submitted at once (either by one person or by several individuals), The Golf Chiropractor may stagger their publications to ensure each blog post can be adequately shared and promoted.