Dr. Josh H. Glass, CCSP

Dr. Josh Glass is a second-generation sports chiropractor specializing in the treatment and prevention of athletic injures, and in the application of peaking and recovery programs for sports performance optimization. Exercise prescription and rehabilitation are also emphasized in his practice. He treats athletes of all levels, from the beginner to the professional and Olympian.

Dr. Glass earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree, Cum Laude, from Life Chiropractic College in Marietta, GA in 2001. Josh also served an extensive sports chiropractic internship with his father, Dr. Hank R. Glass. He is a Board Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. He has been a certified Active Release Technique provider since 2006. Dr. Glass earned a Bachelor of Science for the University of Georgia in Sports and Exercise Science in 1996. He was a member of the track and field and cross-country teams at UGA, earning multiple All SEC Academic awards, as well as being a varsity letterman. He is a past 1st Vice President of the American Chiropractic Association Sports Council. He is also the Sports Medicine Representative for the Athlete Advisory Committee for USA Track and Field. Dr. Glass currently serves as the chiropractic consultant for Emory University and Georgia State University athletic departments, as well as Georgia Tech Track and Field Teams. Dr. Glass has served as a medical crew chief for the Atlanta 10 Mile, Half Marathon and the Peachtree Road Race since 2004. He is the co-founder and President of the Georgia Track Club, Georgia’s Professional Track and Field Team. Dr. Glass is the personal chiropractor for many of the USA’s top Olympic and World Championships medalist, including Atlanta’s Terrence Trammell, Dwight Phillips and Angelo Taylor. Dr. Glass has served on multiple Team USA Track and Field medical staffs, including the 2012 London Olympic Games.

Dr. Glass has been active in running his entire life, competing in and also coaching cross-country, track and field, and road racing. He can be found most days running on the Chattahoochee National Forest trails. He has also participates in cycling, mountain biking, adventure racing and snow boarding. He lives in Marietta with his son Jarret and daughter Galina.


Dr. Norman Eng, CCSP

Dr. Norman Eng was a member of the United States Sports Medicine team for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, 2015 Outdoor Track and Field World Championships, 2014 Indoor Track and Field World Championships in Sopot, Poland, 2014 World Junior Championships, 2012 USA Track and Field Olympic Trials, 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2014 USA Track and Field National Championships, and the Gold Cup Soccer Tournament. He has also volunteered his efforts at numerous races around the Atlanta area including the Publix Marathon and the Triple Peach series. He specializes in treatment of soft-tissue disorders like IT Band Syndrome, neck and low back pain, muscle strains and sprains, using non-surgical, conservative methods.

Dr. Eng has also completed an internship at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in West Haven, CT and at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, CO. He also currently serves as the Treasurer of the American Chiropractic Association Sports Council.

He is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. He is also a certified Graston Technique and Active Release Technique provider, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), a Corrective Exercise Specialist and Performance Enhancement Specialist by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), Functional Movement Screen and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (FMS and SFMA) certified, and a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner. He has treated numerous athletes ranging from the young amateurs to those at the professional level. He has also been a strength consultant with the University of Connecticut Women’s Track and Field program and the University of Bridgeport Men’s and Women’s Soccer teams. Dr. Eng has also coached the Wethersfield High School Track and Field boys’ team in Connecticut in ’00-’03, where the 4x100m relay team received All-American status in addition to setting multiple state and regional records.

Dr. Eng received his doctorate from the University of Bridgeport College Of Chiropractic where he graduated summa cum laude and was inducted to the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. He has been active his entire life and can frequently be found running on the Beltline or at a local race in Georgia. His other interests include cooking, soccer, weight training and boxing.


Dr. John Minen

Dr. John Minen is a former US track and field competitor in the 1500m (2011) and US Olympic Trials Qualifier in 2012. Dr. Minen specializes in treating athletic and life style related injuries and is a certified in various soft tissue treatments including; Active Release Techniques (ART®), Graston ®, FAKTR ®, and FAT Tool ® and is also a certified Functional Movement System (FMS) practitioner. Dr. Minen also is versed in various kinesio-taping methods (Rocktape® and Synergy Tape®).

Dr. Minen graduated from the University of Virginia in 2011 with a background in Sports Medicine/Kinesiology then continued his education at Life University where he graduated with honors in 2015 where he served as the Sports Chiropractic Club President from 2010 to 2013. Dr. Minen also has completed a Master’s in Sports Health Science from Life University while serving as a graduate assistant and team chiropractor for Life University Athletics (Janurary 2016- July 2016) providing care for Life University’s Men’s and Women’s National Championship Rugby teams, Men’s Hockey, Women’s Cross Country, Men’s and Women’s Wrestling, Women’s Swimming, as well as Kennesaw State’s Track and Field and Golf Teams.

Dr. Minen still enjoys running and competing in various race distances with the Atlanta Track Club as well as hiking, snowboarding, rock climbing, and golfing.

Office location

754 Peachtree Street NE
Suite 105
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
p. 404.872.4878
f. 404.872.4846

Monday – Friday:
7:30am to 6:00pm
(On Tuesday, the latest appointment is 4pm)

Saturday:
Call for availability

75N/85N Bound

 

  1. Take Interstate 75 North Bound or 85 North Bound.
  2. Merge with I75N/I85N.
  3. Take exit 249D Spring St. stay in the left lane.
  4. The exit will merge on to Linden Ave NW.
  5. Turn LEFT onto West Peachtree St. NW.
  6. You will Pass 2 traffic lights then the Center for the Visually Impaired building on the right. The next road will be 4th St.
  7. On the corner of 4th St. (next to a playground) turn RIGHT into the AT&T parking deck.
  8.  After parking, exit street level onto 4th St. (BRING YOUR PARKING TICKET)
  9. Walk along 4th St. and crossover Cypress St.
  10. We are located in the high-rise building across the street from Cypress St. 2nd door on the left.
75S/85S Bound

 

  1. Take Interstate 75 South Bound or 85 South Bound.
  2. Merge with I75S/I85S.
  3. Take a LEFT off the exit on to North Ave.
  4. Turn LEFT onto West Peachtree St. NW.
  5. You will Pass 1 traffic lights then the Center for the Visually Impaired building on the right. The next road will be 4th St.
  6. On the corner of 4th St. (next to a playground) turn RIGHT into the AT&T parking deck.
  7. After parking, exit street level onto 4th St. (BRING YOUR PARKING TICKET)
  8. Walk along 4th St. and crossover Cypress St.
  9. We are located in the high-rise building across the street from Cypress St. 2nd door on the left.
Marta (train)

 

  1. Take Marta to the North Ave. Station.
  2. Exit into the AT&T retail mall.
  3. Exit the retail mall onto W. Peachtree ST.
  4. Take a right on W. Peachtree St. to 4th St.
  5. Take a right on 4th St.
  6. Walk along 4th St. and crossover Cypress St.
  7. We are located in the high-rise building across the street from Cypress St. 2nd door on the left.

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“Georgia Sports Chiropractic was such a huge part of my success. Every week, I would beat my body up, and they would put me back together somehow for another week of training. They are such great people. I love them and value their friendship.”

SCOTT RIGSBY | First Amputee to complete Ironman World Championships