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Ted Forcum

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Dr. Ted Forcum

Born unk
Nationality American
Education Chiropractic
Alma mater Western States Chiropractic College
Occupation Chiropractic Physician Sports Doctor
Employer self
Home town Beaverton, OR
Known for Chiropractic educator, Author
Title Physician, (DC)

Ted Forcum, DC, DABCSP, FICC[1], CSCS[1] was born on ____________, in __________, __. He is a Chiropractic physician, who has dedicated his career to treating athletes and working in Sports Chiropractic. He has a BS degree from Willamette University[1], and is a 1988 graduate[1] of Western States Chiropractic College. He is past-president of the ACA Sports Council[2].

Dr. Forcum is notable as he was selected by the United States Olympic Committee to represent the US Team as one of their Doctors at the XXIXth Olympic Summer Games in Beijing, China in 2008.[3] [1] He was previously the US Team's DC at the Pan Am Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 13-29, 2007.[1]

He is an internationally recognized lecturer on the topics of sports injuries and the biomechanics of athletic footwear[citation needed]. Dr. Forcum is the event coordinator for the USA Track and Field National Championships, and was the medical director for the 2005 US Figure Skating Championships[1], Adidas Oregon Track Classic[citation needed], and the Columbia Gorge Marathon[citation needed].
Dr. Forcum has distinguished himself as a team physician, working gratis at numerous national and international events over many years; some of which include:

Event Physician:

Team Physician:

Past Medical Director:

Dr. Forcum has taught postdoctoral programs and lectures internationally[citation needed]on sports injuries, soft tissue treatment, rehabilitation and biomechanics. He is an instructor for Graston Technique[citation needed], FAKTR-PM [4] and the NASM CES [5] and PES[5] programs. Dr. Forcum has authored Chapters in medical text[citation needed] on Injuries to the Leg, Ankle and Foot.