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Brian Nook

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Dr. Brian Nook

Brian Nook, DC, CCSP, ICSSD
Nationality American
Education Chiropractic
Alma mater Palmer College of Chiropractic
Occupation Chiropractic Physician Olympic Team Doctor
Years active 1980's- Present
Known for Past 1st Vice-President FICS
Title Chiropractor, (DC)
Spouse(s) Deb Nook, DVM

Brian Nook, DC, CCSP, ICSSD is a Chiropractor now practicing in Australia. He is notable due to his activities with FICS. He was also accredited as a team Doctor for the Nation of Zambia in 1992 for the Summer Olympic Games in Barcelona, for which he has earned the title of "Member in Gold" of the IAOCO[1]. An early member of the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic (FICS) (since 1989)[citation needed] he rose to become Chairman of the important FICS Education Commission[citation needed] , and, subsequently served as 1st Vice-President in the Bertamini administration[citation needed] . He was one of the coordinators for FICS for the Pre-Olympic Games preparations at LaGrange Center, in Atlanta, GA[citation needed] , and has been Chief of Mission at the World Games[citation needed] .

Born in ________________, Dr. Nook transplanted to South Africa, where he took a teaching engagement at one of their Chiropractic Colleges[citation needed] , and no is Dean of the Faculty of Chiropractic at Murdoch University in Australia[citation needed] . Brian graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in ____.[citation needed]

FICS Positions held


Event Coverage

  • FICS Delegation to All African Track & Field Champs 1990, Cairo, Egypt[citation needed]
  • Co-Chef de Mission, All African Games 1991, Cairo, Egypt[2]
  • Accredited Zambia Chiropractor Olympic Games Barcelona, 1992 [1]
  • Chef de Mission All African Games 1995, Zimbabwe[2]
  • Co-Chef de Mission All African Games, 1999, Johannesburg, South Africa[2]
  • Organised FICS pre-Olympic clinic at training venue, Le Grange, GA[citation needed]
  • Work at Atlanta Olympic Clinic, 1996, Atlanta, GA[citation needed]
  • Accredited FICS delegation 2000 Olympics, Sydney, Australia – co-Chef de Mission[citation needed]
  • Co-Chef de Mission World Figure Skating Championships, Vancouver, Canada 2000[citation needed]
  • Co-Chef de Mission World Games, Duisburg, Germany, 2005[citation needed]
  • Co-Chef de Mission World Games, Kaoshiung, Taiwan, 2009[citation needed]


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