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'''Stephen J Press, DC, CCSP, FACSM, FICC, [[ICSSD]]''' is an American [[chiropractor]]. He was born in 1947 to Howard and Renée Press (née Graf) in [[Bronx]], [[New York]]. Dr. Press  is 2nd Cousin to [[Calvin Klein]] <ref name=book>{{cite journal|last=Staff|first=|title=Author Press will discuss his new book|journal=Northern valley Suburbanite| volume=| page=37| number=| date=January 19, 2005}}</ref>, and descendant of the composer [[Jacques Offenbach]] <ref name=book></ref>.
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He founded the [[International Federation of Sports Chiropractic]], and the [[International Academy of Olympic Chiropractic Officers]] <ref name=IAOCO> {{Cite web | title = Gold Members| url = http://www.iaoco.org| dateformat = | accessdate = Nov 20, 2009}}</ref>, and was appointed by the Chairman of the [[USSR]] [[State Sports Committee]] to serve as [[Chief Physician]] <ref name=Rusak> {{Cite web | title = Letter from Chrmn, USSR  Sports Committee to Hon. Geo. H. W. Bush | url = http://www.drpress.com/Documents/CCCP.pdf | dateformat = | accessdate = Nov. 20, 2009 }}</ref> for the [[1992 Winter Olympics|XVI Winter Olympic Games]], in [[Albertville]], [[France]].  In 1990, the [[Board of directors]] of the [[International Federation of Sports Chiropractic]], awarded him the "[[FICS Gold Medal]]", "the highest award the profession can give to a Sports  Chiropractor, Internationally". <ref> {{cite journal|last=Staff|first=|title=FICS Awards Gold Medal To Dr. Press|journal=Dynamic Chiropractic|volume=8|page=1|number=16|date=Aug 1, 1990|url=}}</ref>  He is currently in private practice in [[Englewood]], [[New Jersey]] and consulting chiropractic staff at Preakness Healthcare Center (formerly Preakness Hospital). <ref> {{Cite web | title = Preakness Hospital Staff Certificate| url = http://www.www.sport-dc.com/images_sport/Preakness.jpg| dateformat = | accessdate = Nov 20, 2009}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news |title=Preakness Hospital |author=Staff |newspaper=North Jersey Media Group/Bergen Record |date= |url=http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P1-22548762.html }}</ref>
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==Biography==
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Dr. Press received his [[Bachelors Degree]] in [[biology]] from [[Thomas Edison State College]] <ref> {{Cite web | title = Thomas Edison Alumni | url = http://www.tesc.edu/878.php
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| dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov. 20, 2009}} </ref> <ref> {{Cite web | title = BA Diploma | url = http://www.drpress.com/Documents/TEdisonDipl.pdf | dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov. 20, 2009 }}</ref> and obtained his [[Doctor of Chiropractic]] degree from [[Palmer College of Chiropractic]] in 1978. <ref> {{Cite web | title = DC Diploma | url = http://www.drpress.com/Documents/PALMER-DC.PDF| dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov. 22, 2009 }}</ref> He obtained his [[Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician]] certification  <ref> {{Cite web | title = CCSP Diploma | url = http://www.drpress.com/Documents/CCSP.PDF| dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov. 22, 2009 }}</ref> and became the only Chiropractor to be named <ref name= ISCA> {{cite journal|last=Staff|first=|title=Doctor Named to board of Sports Chiropractic Commission|journal=Northern Valley Suburbanite|volume=|page=S9|number=|date=March 5, 2008|url=}}</ref>[[Fellow]] of the [[American College of Sports Medicine]] in 1983. <ref> {{Cite web | title = FACSM Diploma | url = http://www.drpress.com/Documents/acsm-fellow.PDF| dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov. 22, 2009 }}</ref> Then in 1981 he went to the UK to participate in the "Team Physician's course" of the [[International Federation of Sports Medicine]], ([[FIMS]]) <ref> {{Cite web | title = BASM Diploma | url = http://www.drpress.com/Documents/fims-basm.PDF| dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov. 22, 2009 }}</ref>.
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In 1970 he joined the City of [[Englewood, NJ]]  [[Auxiliary Police]], and was named [[Chief]] <ref name= ISCA></ref> under then Mayor Walter Taylor  in 1977. He was simultaneously a member of the [[Englewood]]  Volunteer Ambulance Corps, <ref name= ISCA></ref> until he left to finish Chiropractic school. In 1982, Dr. Press  ran unsuccessfully for [[Councilman-at-large]], losing to [[Eddie Haden]], Esq., the running mate of  [[Congressman]] [[Steve Rothman]], who was elected [[Mayor]], in the City of Englewood  <ref name= ISCA></ref>.
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==Professional Career==
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1987 - He Founded the [[International Federation of Sports Chiropractic]] (FICS) and was elected its  first President, <ref name= FICS1> {{Cite news |title=Dr. Press Contends that DCs Should Direct Anti-Doping Programs |author=Staff |newspaper=Dynamic Chiropractic, Vol. 19, Issue 01 (2nd article) |date=Jan. 1, 2001 |url=http://www.chiroweb.com/mpacms/dc/article.php?id=17849 }}</ref> <ref> {{cite journal|last=Staff|first=|title=Archived FICS Website|journal=|volume=|page=|number=|date=2004|url=http://web.archive.org/web/20040318043829/http://www.fics-online.org/sider/main/general/ma_ge_2.html}}</ref> <ref name=FICS2> {{Cite news |title=Dr. Press Named to Medical Commission of Int'l Chess Federation |author=Staff |newspaper=Dynamic Chiropractic,Vol. 18, Issue 16 |date=July 24, 2000 |url=http://www.chiroweb.com/mpacms/dc/article.php?id=31815}}</ref> <ref name=Agony> {{Cite news |title=Treating  the Agony of Defeat |author=James, Valerie |newspaper=Bergen Record / North Jersey Media Group |date=Dec. 6, 1988 |page=1-Lifestyle Section |url= }}</ref>
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1988 - He lead a delegation of chiropractors to [[Annaba]], [[Algeria]] to provide services at the [[African Championships in Athletics]] <ref> {{cite journal|last=Staff|first=|title=Global Reports|journal=Dynamic Chiropractic|volume=6|page=34|number=21|date=October 15, 1988|url=}}</ref>  <ref name=ICArev> {{cite journal|last=Press|first=S|title=What is FICS|journal=ICA Review|volume=|page=26-27|number=|date=May-June 1989|url=}}</ref> Later in the same year he took a group of chiropractors to [[Moscow]], to study at the [[Russian State University of Physical Education, Sport and Tourism]] (RSUPES&T). <ref> {{cite journal|last=Staff|first=|title=FICS in Soviet Union|journal=Dynamic Chiropractic| volume=7| page=12-13|number=14|date=July 15, 1989|url=}}</ref> <ref> {{Cite web | title = RSUPES&T
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</ref> While in Moscow, Dr. Press was asked to treat the (now) two-time [[Olympic Gold medal]] figure skater[[Yekaterina Gordeeva]]. <ref> {{cite journal|last= Celizic| first=Mike| title=Cracking a Barrier | journal=North Jersey Media Group, Bergen Record|volume=Sport Section|page=1|number=|date=Feb. 13, 1990|url=}}</ref>
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1991 - Together with the Chief [[Neurologist]] of [[Moscow]], Dr. [[Anatoly Fedin]], he opened the Soviet-American Chiropractic Center at the 2000  bed [[Pirogov Institute]]. Together they created the "Faculty of Chiropractic" at the facility. <ref> {{cite journal| last=Staff| first=|title=Soviet Medical School to Offer Chropractic Degree|journal=Dynamic Chiropractic|volume=9|page=|number=17|date=Aug 16, 1991|url=http://www.chiroweb.com/mpacms/dc/article.php?id=44513}}</ref>  <ref> {{cite journal|last=Rabin|first=P|title=No Problems back in the USSR|journal=Northern Valley Suburbanite|volume=|page=3|number=|date=August 3, 1991|url=}}</ref>
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At a meeting in [[Washington, DC]],  Dr. Press  was unanimously elected to the office of Secretary-general of the World Fitness Federation, <ref> {{Cite web | title = WFF Website | url = http://www.wff.org | dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov 22, 2009 }} </ref> <ref> {{cite journal|last=Staff|first=|title=New International Fitness Federation Involves  Chiropractic| journal=Dynamic Chiropractic |volume=9 |page=35|number=10|date= |url=http://www.chiroweb.com/mpacms/dc/article.php?id=44291}}</ref> which sent a delegation to the [[World Health Organization]] later that year.
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Invited by the Venezuelan  government at the auspices of Dr. Luis Valera, of Caracas, Dr. Press  was asked to speak at the Headquarters of the Venezuelan National Guard, called  [[EFOFAC]], to a delegation of the medical corps of the armed Forces of Venezuela, as well as to the Medical Corps of [[MARAVEN]] the National Petroleum Company. During the trip, he met with the [[Sports Minister]] of [[Venezuela]], Sra. [[Flor Isava-Fonseca]], and discussed the future recognition of the [[International Federation of Sports Chiropractic]], by the [[IOC]]. <ref> {{cite journal|last=Staff|first=|title=FICS' Mission to Venezuela|journal=Dynamic Chiropractic|volume=9|page=5|number=14|date=July 5, 1991|url=http://www.chiroweb.com/mpacms/dc/article.php?id=44357}}</ref> <ref> {{Cite web | title = Aerial view / photos of EFOFAC | url = http://www.panoramio.com/photo/14655026 | dateformat = mdy| accessdate = Nov. 22, 2009 }} </ref> <ref name=ElUniv> {{Cite news |title=Seminario Magistral |author=Staff  |newspaper=El Universal (Caracas, Venezuela) |date=Apr. 4, 1991 |url= }} </ref>
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1992 - He was appointed by [[Nicholai Ivanovich Rusak]], Chairman, [[State Sports Committee]] of the [[USSR]], to the post of Chief Physician of the [[USSR]] Winter Olympic team, then known as the [[Unified Team]]. XVI<sup>th</sup> [[Winter Olympic Games]], [[Albertville]], [[France]].  <ref> {{Cite news |title=DC to Direct Services for Soviet Medical Team |author=Staff|newspaper=Dynamic Chiropractic, Vol. 09, Issue 24 |date=Nov. 22, 1991 |url=http://www.chiroweb.com/mpacms/dc/article.php?id=31815 }}</ref> <ref> {{Cite web
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| title = Letter from USSR Sport Min. Rusak to Pres. George H.W. Bush | url = http://www.drpress.com/Documents/CCCP.pdf | dateformat = mdy | accessdate = November 22, 2009 }}</ref> <ref name=Wardwell> {{cite book |title=History and Evolution of a New Profession |last=Wardwell |first=Walter|authorlink=  |coauthors= |year=1992 |publisher=Mosby Yearbook |location= |isbn=9780801668838 |page=205|pages= |url= |accessdate=}}</ref>. This is  notable for two main reasons: a.- that  an [[America |American]]  [[Chiropractic]] Doctor  was chosen as [[Chief physician]] for the [[USSR]]; and b.- that as a result of the dissolution of the [[USSR]], he was a Doctor  serving 6 Countries  <ref>{{Cite web | title = Olympic Weblog
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1993 - Dr. Press  served as Team Physician for the US National [[Tae Kwon Do]] Team, the [[World Tae Kwon Do championships]], held at [[Madison Square Garden]] in [[New York City]]. During the games he treated athletes from Nigeria, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Ireland, Israel, Egypt, Russia, and Jordan among others. One of his patients, American fly weight [[Hyon Lee]]
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<ref> {{Cite web | title = TKD Championships results | url = http://www.lacancha.com/wtkdresults.html#New%20York%2093 | dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov 22, 2009 }}</ref> , won a Bronze Medal with a fracture of the metacarpal. While at the stadium, he met with H. E. [[Un-Yong Kim]], President, and Founder <ref> {{Cite web | title = Site honoring Kim | url = https://www.ourams.com/expo/hof.cfm | dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov 22, 2009 }}</ref> of the  [[World Taekwondo Federation]]. <ref> {{cite journal|last=Staff|first=|title=Chiropractic Goes to the Garden|journal=Dynamic Chiropractic|volume=11|page=22|number=24|date=Nov 19, 1993|url=}}</ref> <br>
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1998 - Dr. Press  was appointed by the Board of the [[IOC]] and [[ARISF]] <ref> {{Cite web | title = ARISF Website (list) | url = http://arisf.wordpress.com/32-ioc-recognised-sports/ | dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov 22, 2009 }} </ref> "recognized" [[International Roller  Sports Federation]]<ref> {{Cite web | title = FIRS website | url = http://www.rollersports.org/default.asp?load=79756913A001 | dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov 22, 2009 }}</ref>  to Chair their "Sport Science Commission" (previously called the Medical Commission). <ref> {{cite journal| last=Staff|first=| title=Press Dedicated to Advancement of Roller Sports|journal=USA Roller Skating| volume=X | page= 11,12|number=9|date=2000|url=}}</ref><ref> {{Cite web | title = Letter from FIRS' Pres. Oliveras | url = http://drpress.com/Documents/Oliveras-ltr.pdf | dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov 22, 2009}}</ref> <ref> {{Cite news |title=DC Heads Medical Commission of Int'l Roller Skating Federation|author=Staff |newspaper=Dynamic Chiropractic, Vol. 16, Issue 13|date=June 15, 1998  |url=http://www.chiroweb.com/mpacms/dc/article.php?id=37281}}</ref>
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1999 - As Chairman of the FIRS medical commission, Dr. Press  was invited to [[Lausanne]], [[Switzerland]] to participate as a member  of their delegation in the [[Declaration of Lausanne]], which created the [[World Anti-Doping Agency]]. <ref> {{Cite news |title=Lausanne Declaration on Doping in Sport|author=Staff|newspaper=sportunterricht.de, |date=Feb. 4, 1999 |url=http://www.sportunterricht.de/lksport/Declaration_e.html}}</ref> <ref> {{Cite web | title = Attendee Badge, Lausanne Conference | url = http://www.drpress.com/Documents/Lausanne_1999.pdf | dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov. 22, 2009}} </ref>
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2000 - Dr. Press  was co-opted by H.E., [[Kirsan Ilyumzhinov]], Pres. of the Republic of [[Kalmykia]], and of [[FIDE]] (World Chess Federation) to create their new Medical Commission (in the post of Vice-Chairman). <ref> {{cite journal| last=Staff|first=| title=FIDE Medical Commission|journal=FIDE Forum| volume=XIV|page=6,7|number=2|date=2000|url=}}</ref> <ref> {{Cite news |title=Dr. Press Named to Medical Commission of Int'l Chess Federation| author=Staff| newspaper=Dynamic Chiropractic, Vol. 18, Issue 16 |date=Jul. 24, 2000 |url=http://www.chiroweb.com/mpacms/dc/article.php?id=31815 }}</ref>  <ref>{{Cite web | title = Archived FIDE Website (bottom of pg) | url = http://web.archive.org/web/20010420161837/www.fide.com/cgi-bin/federations.pl?commissions=1 | dateformat = Apr 20, 2001 | accessdate = }}</ref> On the untimely death of Chairman, Pedro Barrera, MD <ref>{{Cite web | title = Online Obit | url = http://www.anusha.com/barrera.htm | dateformat = mdy | accessdate  = Nov 22, 2009}}</ref>,  he became "Acting Chairman", <ref> {{Cite web | title = Drug Use in Intellectual Sports |publisher= Chessville | url=http://www.chessville.com/Editorials/DrugUseinIntellectualSports.htm | dateformat = mdy | accessdate = Nov 22, 2009 }}</ref>until the post was assumed by [[Jana Bellin]], MD. the entire concept of requiring Doping tests in Chess became a cause celebre, and was covered  in the media. <ref> {{Cite news |title=Dope-fiend Grandmasters, beware! Chessplayers face drug testing |author=Staff |newspaper= NY Post |date=August 16, 2001 |pages=5 |url= }}</ref> <ref>  {{Cite news |title=Chess kings yield & order drug tests |author=Staff |newspaper=daily News (Express)|date=August 13, 2001|pages=2 |url= }}</ref>
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2008 - After the Rita/Katrina disaster, Dr. Press  volunteered for deployment to the disaster area through the [[Medical Reserve Corps]]  of the [[US Public Health Service]], and was sent to a shelter in [[Big Sandy]], [[TX]], where he served as shelter physician, running a team of [[LPN]]'s, [[RN]]'s and [[EMT]]'s for over 800  refugees. <ref>  {{Cite news |title=Press used vacation to aid Katrina Victims |author=Magyar, Melissa |newspaper= Northern valley Suburbanite|date=November 2, 2005|pages=34 |url= }}</ref> <ref name= ISCA> </ref> <ref> {{Cite news |title=Big Sandy Shelter Workers Bring  Comfort, Support To Those In Need |author=Butler, Patrick  |newspaper=Tyler Morning Telegraph|date= October 5, 2005|pages=1B |url= }}</ref>
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Dr. Press  has appeared as a guest authority in his profession on US television <ref>{{Cite video | people = INTERVIEW WITH DR. PRESS (et al) | title = Pumping Death | medium = FOXNY | publisher = TV Guide (Page A-145) | location = NYC  | year2 = June 18-24, 1988}}</ref> <ref>{{Cite video | people = INTERVIEW WITH DR. PRESS | title = Straight Talk | medium = TV | publisher = WOR-TV | location = Newark, NJ  | year2 = August 18, 1983 }}</ref> <ref> {{Cite video | people = INTERVIEW WITH DR. PRESS  | title = AM Quad Cities | medium = TV | publisher = WOC-TV  | location = Davenport, IA  | year2 =1979 }} </ref> and Radio <ref>{{Cite video  | people = Adams, N: INTERVIEW WITH DR. PRESS | title = All Things Considered | medium = AM Radio
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| publisher = National Public Radio | location = | year2 =August 13, 2001 }}</ref> <ref> {{Cite video | people = INTERVIEW WITH DR. PRESS | title = Access Bergen County | medium = radio  |  Publisher =  | location = 89.1FM  | year2 =Feb 28, 1984 }} </ref> on numerous occasions. He has lectured on Chiropractic subjects, in Mexico <ref name=ElH> {{Cite news |title=Assemblea de la Federacion de Quiropractica Deportiva |author=Staff |newspaper=El Heraldo (Pg 6E)|date=Mar 6, 1988 |url= }}</ref> <ref> {{Cite news |title=Las Resultados de la Quiropractica se Discutieron en la I Assemblea que Tuvo Lugar en la Ciudad de Mexico |author=Staff  |newspaper=El Excelsior (Mexico City) Pg.1 Sect. B|date=6th Mar. 1988 |url= }}</ref>,Turkey, Russia, Algeria, France <ref> {{cite  journal| last=Moscatelli| first=Karen| title=European Chiropractors' Union|journal=Dynamic Chiropractic| volume=8|page=|number=7 |date=March 28, 1990|url=http://www.chiroweb.com/mpacms/dc/article.php?id=45159}}</ref> <ref> {{Cite conference | first = Dr. Stephen  | last = Press | authorlink =  | coauthors = Association Française Nationale de Chiropractie | title =  Press Conference, Agence France Presse; with Dr. S. Press | date = Feb 1992 | location = Press Center, Olympic Village, Albertville, France | url = | doi = | id = | isbn = | accessdate = }}</ref>, and Venezuela, and in several states of the US. He was a lecturer at the [[United States Olympic Academy]] XI, at [[Indiana University]], in 1987 <ref> {{cite journal| last=Staff|first=| title=Proceedings of the United States Olympic Academy XI, Indianapolis, IN|journal=USOC Publication| volume=|page=246-252|number=|date=June 17-20, 1987|url=}}</ref>, among many others.
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* {{Cite journal | last = Press | first = S. | title = A REPORT OF CLIN. APPL. OF COMPUTERS IN ANALYSIS OF GAIT-SPINAL IMBALANCES | journal = Chiropractic Sports Medicine  | volume = 1  | issue = 1  | pages = 29-32  | publisher = Williams & Wilkins  | location = Baltimore, MD  | date = Jan 1987  | url = http://www.chiroindex.org/| issn =  | doi = | id = | accessdate = }}<br>
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* {{Cite journal  | last = Press  | first = S  | coauthors = O'Brien & Sawa | title = The role of chiropractic in athletic injuries and sports science  | journal = Copyright: FICS Position Paper  | issue = 1 | pages =  | publisher = FICS | location = Englewood, NJ  | date = 1987  | url = http://books.google.com/books?id=5pACHAAACAAJ&source=gbs_navlinks_s | issn = | doi = | id = | accessdate = }}<br>
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* {{Cite book |last = Press | first = S. | authorlink = | coauthors = | title = FICS' Field Doctor's Guide, 1st ed. | publisher = FICS publications  | date = 1988  | location = Englewood, NJ}}<br>
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* {{Cite journal | last = Press | first = S. | title = What is FICS? | journal = ICA  Review | pages = 26-7 | publisher = International Chiropractors Association | location = Wash. D.C.  | date = May/June 1989 | url =  | accessdate = Nov 2009}}<br>
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* {{Citation | last1 = Press | first1 = S. | title = L'emploi des instruments pour mésurer différents facteurs de la bioméchanique humaine en cabinet de chiropractie  | series = Congress of European Chiropractic Union  | place = Avignon, France  | pages = | year = 24th May, 1990 }}<br>
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* {{Citation | last = Press | first = S. | title = Copyright: A 'PRESS' Release | journal = Centenario Chiropractica  | publisher = Assoziazione Italiana Chiropractici  | volume = 3 | number= 2  | pages = 75–83 | location = Genoa, Italy | date = October 1995 }}<br>
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* {{Cite journal | last = Press | first = S. | title = Defining "Chiropractic" Around the World | journal = The American Chiropractor| | volume = 20 | number= 6  |pages = 45  | publisher = The American Chiropractor Magazine  | location = Fort Wayne, IN | date = Nov-Dec 1998 | accessdate = Nov 22, 2009 }}</ref>
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* {{Cite journal | last = Press | first = S. | title = Fédération Internationale  des Échecs Recognized by the International Olympic Committee | journal =  Chess Life | pages = 47-8  | publisher = FIDE  | location = Lausanne, Switzerland | date = September, 2001 | accessdate = Ov 22, 2009 }}<br>
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* {{Cite book | last = Press | first = S | title = Passion, Profession and Politics | publisher = Infiniti Publishing Co. | date = 2004 | location = Conshocken, PA | pages = | url = http://books.google.com/books?id=cOCLpOJ85IUC&dq=Federation++INternationale+de++Chiropratique+du+Sports&lr=&source=gbs_navlinks_s | isbn = 0741422131, 9780741422132}}<br>
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* {{Cite book | last = Press | first = S. | title = The Offenbachs of Cologne:  Vols 1-4| publisher = Self @ Lulu.com Publishing | date = 2004 | location = Englewood, NJ | pages =  | url = }}<br>
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* {{Cite book | last = Press | first = S. | title = The Sodells of Odessa & Press' of Kaunas | publisher = Self @ Lulu.com Publishing | date = 2004 | location = Englewood, NJ | pages = | url =  }}<br>
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* {{Cite book | last = Press | first = S. | title = The Grafs of Bukovina | publisher = Self @ Lulu.com Publishing | date = 2004 | location = Englewood, NJ | pages =  | url = }}
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==References==
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==External Links==
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Dr's website [http://www.drpress.com]<br>
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FICS's website [http://www.fics-online.org]
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==See also==
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[[Chiropractic]]<br />
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[[Sports chiropractic]]<br />
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* [[:Category: Chiropractic]]
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* [[:Category: Chiropractors]]
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* [[:Category: Chiropractors by nationality]]
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* [[:Category: American chiropractors]]
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* [[:Category: Sports  medicine]]
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* [[:Category: Olympic team doctors]]
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* [[:Category: 1940s births]]
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* [[:Category: 1947 births]]
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