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Improve Your Golf Game

Apr 11, 2017
By Dr. Josh Bross

By Jay Patel, Speed and Explosion Specialist Spring is here, the Masters are over (congratulations Sergio Garcia!), which means golf season is in full swing (pun intended).  The world’s top golfers and amateur golfers know that to lower your handicap you need to stay in shape. Specific exercises targeting muscles that you will use on […]

Forearm and Hand Numbness from Overhead Squats

Mar 7, 2017
By Dr. Josh Bross

By Dr. Josh Bross, DC, MS, CCSP, CSCS After about 3 months of Crossfit, I was starting to get accustomed to the intensity of the workouts and the different techniques required for the various WODs.  One of the lifts I had to learn was the overhead squat.  Even though I have worked out since I […]

Running Misconceptions

Feb 3, 2017
By Dr. Josh Bross

By Dr. Stephen Knoyer, DC, CCSP The majority of the population seems to have a misconception of running. This article is designed to share a few different ideas regarding running and to clarify some common questions we get in the office. Let’s start with the benefits of running.   Most people start running because it […]

Concussions: The Latest Information to Recover Faster

Jan 19, 2017
By Dr. Josh Bross

By Dr. Stephen Knoyer, DC, CCSP Concussions have been a hot topic for the past couple of years in both professional and recreational sports. The information about management and treatment are in transition. There are people still stating old information about what to do if you have a concussion. Hopefully I can share some information […]

Shave a few seconds off your personal best!


By Dr. Josh Bross

By Jay Patel, Speed and Explosion Specialist Keeping proper form after a long swim or a bike ride while in a triathlon is difficult to maintain.  Biomechanical changes in the hips, knees and ankles can occur and leads to a slower finish to any race. Keeping a perfect stride will take seconds, even minutes off […]

Stretching…What Do I Need to Know?

Dec 11, 2016
By Dr. Josh Bross

By Stephen Knoyer, DC, CCSP As I sports chiropractor, I am often asked what types of stretches are the best to do, how long should the stretch be performed, and how often should they be done? Before we get into the benefits of stretching, let’s first quickly mention the possible benefit of not stretching.  The […]

The Key to Strong Wrists

Dec 6, 2016
By Dr. Josh Bross

By Jay Patel, Speed and Explosion Specialist Computers, laptops, cellphones, and tablets; what do all these devices have in common?  They all require us to use our hands and wrists.  Typing scrolling, texting, holding/gripping a tablet/cellphone all requires us to use our hands.  When we train or exercise often the wrists are often left out […]

Migraine Headaches

Oct 5, 2016
By Dr. Josh Bross

By Dr. Stephen Knoyer, DC, CCSP Migraines are very common and can be debilitating to the people that experience them. Migraines are the 3rd most prevalent illness in the world and nearly 1 in 4 U. S. households includes someone with a migraine. 12% of the population suffers from migraines with roughly 90% have a […]

Ergonomics at Work

Aug 24, 2016
By Dr. Josh Bross

Elite Chiropractic & Sport is located in Columbia,  Howard County happily serving all of Maryland By Jay Patel Whether you work in an office, a laboratory, construction or the hospital it is always important to practice proper ergonomics to reduce the risk of injury or chronic pain. Here are a few ways to prevent fatigue […]

Don’t Let Your Low Back Pain Become Chronic

Aug 18, 2016
By Dr. Josh Bross

Elite Chiropractic & Sport is located in Columbia,  Howard County happily serving all of Maryland By Dr. Stephen Knoyer, DC The majority of the population in the United States is familiar with chiropractors treating low back pain. The evidence about the effectiveness of spinal manipulation is undeniable. The number of people in this country who […]


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