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'''Dr. Stephen J Press, DC, PhD, [[CCSP]], FACSM, [[FICC]], [[ICCSP]]''' 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 (No. Jersey Media Group)| volume=| page=37| number=| date=January 19, 2005}}</ref>, and descendant of the composer Jacques Offenbach <ref name=book></ref>.
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'''Dr. Stephen J Press, DC, PhD, [[CCSP]], FACSM, [[FICC]], [[ICCSP]], [[Royal_College_of_Chiropractors#Fellow_.28FRCC.29 |FRCC]]''' 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 (No. Jersey Media Group)| volume=| page=37| number=| date=January 19, 2005}}</ref>, and descendant of the composer Jacques Offenbach <ref name=book></ref>.
  
 
Dr. Press organized the first official meeting  between the USOC and the [[ACA  Sports Council]], which resulted in sending the first Chiropractor to the Olympic Games in 1980 <ref name="CSM 1-1"> {{Cite journal
 
Dr. Press organized the first official meeting  between the USOC and the [[ACA  Sports Council]], which resulted in sending the first Chiropractor to the Olympic Games in 1980 <ref name="CSM 1-1"> {{Cite journal
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  | url = http://www.wfc.org/website/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=243&Itemid=164&lang=en
 
  | url = http://www.wfc.org/website/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=243&Itemid=164&lang=en
  | isbn = 978-0-9811332-3-2}}</ref>; he founded the [[International Federation of Sports Chiropractic]], <ref name="Sports Talk">{{Cite journal
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  | isbn = 978-0-9811332-3-2}}</ref>; he founded the [[International Federation of Sports Chiropractic]], <ref name="FICS Website"/><ref name="Sports Talk">{{Cite journal
 
   | authorlink = Hyde, Tom DC, DACBSP
 
   | authorlink = Hyde, Tom DC, DACBSP
 
   | title = Fédération Internationale de Chiropratique  Sportive, Inc. - Annual Symposium 1998, Venice, Italy
 
   | title = Fédération Internationale de Chiropratique  Sportive, Inc. - Annual Symposium 1998, Venice, Italy
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   | date = 5/2011
 
   | date = 5/2011
 
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   | url = https://www.chiropracticreport.com/index.php/past-issues/view_document/53-no-3-report-on-rio-congress
 
   | accessdate =  7/10/2011}} </ref> <ref name="FICS-news-2011-2"> {{Cite journal
 
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   | date = Dec 31, 2010}}</ref><ref name="Primary Contact">{{cite web
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| title = CMCC faculty members join Wiki Chiro Advisory Board
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| publisher = [[Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College]]
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| page = 5
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| date= Fall 2011
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| url = http://www.cmcc.ca/document.doc?id=874
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| accessdate = 3/11/2015 }}</ref> <ref name="NJLHB">{{Cite journal
 
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   | date = June 13, 2011}}</ref>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 = "Villages"> {{cite journal
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   | date = June 13, 2011}}</ref><ref name="Products">{{Cite journal | last=Staff Writer |title=BioFreeze Endorsed by FICS |work= article |publisher= Chiropractic Products|date=August 1998 | page=145| accessdate=#/16/2015}}</ref> 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 = "Villages"> {{cite journal
 
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  | title = Un Américain a Brides
 
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  | date = 15th Feb. 1992
 
  | date = 15th Feb. 1992
 
  | language = French and English
 
  | language = French and English
  | accessdate = 3/3/2014 }}</ref><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 - 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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  | accessdate = 3/3/2014 }}</ref> <ref name = "Villages"> {{cite journal
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| title = Un Américain a Brides
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| journal = "Villages" (The Athlete's Olympic Daily)
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| volume = 8
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| pages = 3
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| publisher = COJO
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| location = Albertville, France
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| date = 15th Feb. 1992
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| language = French and English
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| accessdate = 3/3/2014 }}</ref> <ref name="Palmer RPT"> {{Cite web | title = Palmer Pride, Mission and Vision|work = Annual report |publisher= Palmer College of Chiropractic|page= 12| date=2013-14 | url = http://www.palmer.edu/pdf/Annual_Report_2014.pdf | accessdate = 3/11/2015 }}</ref> for the 1992 - 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 in 2000 was appointed to the consulting chiropractic staff at Preakness Healthcare Center (formerly Preakness Hospital). <ref name="ACAToday-Hospital"> {{cite web
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| title = Chiropractic tackles new frontier
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| work = Journal of the ACA
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| volume = 37
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| number 8
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| pages = 48-53
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| publisher = [[American Chiropractic Association]]
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| date = August 2000
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| url = http://www.acatoday.org/JacaDisplay1.cfm?CID=1666&DisType=PDF
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| accessdate = 3/11/2015}}</ref><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>  
  
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
  
 
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
 
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
| 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 bis PhD in Sports Medicine, from Intercontinental University, Moscow, in 2006. He received his [[List_of_chiropractic_credentials#Certifications_recognized.5BNotes_1.5D_by_the_chiropractic_academic_community | 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 first and only <ref name="Sports Journal">{{Cite journal
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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, Magna Cum Laude 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 received a PhD in Sports Medicine, from Intercontinental University, Moscow, in 2006. He received his [[List_of_chiropractic_credentials#Certifications_recognized.5BNotes_1.5D_by_the_chiropractic_academic_community | 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 first and only <ref name="Sports Journal">{{Cite journal
 
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   | last = Editorial Staff
 
   | title = A Healthy Gait can solve many Health Problems
 
   | title = A Healthy Gait can solve many Health Problems
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   | url = http://www.dynamicchiropractic.com
 
   | url = http://www.dynamicchiropractic.com
 
   | accessdate = 1/17/2011 }} </ref>
 
   | accessdate = 1/17/2011 }} </ref>
<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> [[List_of_chiropractic_credentials#Honorary_titles_conferred_upon_chiropractors_.28and_others.29_by_outside_agencies | 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 &quot;[http://www.fims.org/en/events/calender/casem-fims-team-physician-course/ Team Physician's course]&quot; 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>. He remains the only DC to have completed this course.
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<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> [[List_of_chiropractic_credentials#Honorary_titles_conferred_upon_chiropractors_.28and_others.29_by_outside_agencies | Fellow]] of the American College of Sports Medicine in 1983. <ref name="ACAtoday-FACSM"> {{cite web
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| title = New Fellow of the ACSM
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| work = ACA journal - In the News
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| volume  = 23
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| number = 7
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| publisher = [[American Chiropractic Association]]
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| date = July 1986
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| url = http://www.acatoday.org/jaca/archives/1986_07.pdf
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| accessdate = 3/11/2015 }}</ref><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 &quot;[http://www.fims.org/en/events/calender/casem-fims-team-physician-course/ Team Physician's course]&quot; 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>. He remains the only DC to have completed this course.
  
 
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., then the running mate of  Congressman Steve Rothman, who was elected Mayor, in the City of Englewood  <ref name= ISCA></ref>. He had two children; [[User:Waynethegoblin |Robert M. Press]], MS, DC, and Alyssa N. Press, BA (Fine Arts), by his former wife Janice Feldman. He is currently happily married to the former Olga Petrovna Serova, MD (Pediatrics, St. Petersburg, Russia), RN,  since 2004.
 
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., then the running mate of  Congressman Steve Rothman, who was elected Mayor, in the City of Englewood  <ref name= ISCA></ref>. He had two children; [[User:Waynethegoblin |Robert M. Press]], MS, DC, and Alyssa N. Press, BA (Fine Arts), by his former wife Janice Feldman. He is currently happily married to the former Olga Petrovna Serova, MD (Pediatrics, St. Petersburg, Russia), RN,  since 2004.
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In 1990, the Minister of Sport of the USSR, awarded Dr. Press  a gold medal entitled "Coach of Champions" (Тренер Побидителы), from the Soviet Sports Committee, for service in his successful treatment of Yekaterina Gordeeva.<br>
 
In 1990, the Minister of Sport of the USSR, awarded Dr. Press  a gold medal entitled "Coach of Champions" (Тренер Побидителы), from the Soviet Sports Committee, for service in his successful treatment of Yekaterina Gordeeva.<br>
 
In 1991, upon completing his term as the 1st President of the [[FICS]], FICS' Board awarded him the first [[FICS' Gold Medal]], originally intended for Juan Antonio Samaranch, and designated the "highest Award that can be bestowed upon  a Sports Chiropractor, Internationally".<br>
 
In 1991, upon completing his term as the 1st President of the [[FICS]], FICS' Board awarded him the first [[FICS' Gold Medal]], originally intended for Juan Antonio Samaranch, and designated the "highest Award that can be bestowed upon  a Sports Chiropractor, Internationally".<br>
In 2011, at the [[World Congress of Chiropractic]]  in Rio de Janeiro, the Executive Committee  of the [[FICS]], presented Dr. Press with a [[FICS' Past President's Medal]] <ref name="Global"></ref>. And, then later in the same day, awarded him the "[[FICS's Founder's Award]]".<ref name="FICS-news-2011-1"></ref>
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In 2011, at the [[World Congress of Chiropractic]]  in Rio de Janeiro, the Executive Committee  of the [[FICS]], presented Dr. Press with a [[FICS' Past President's Medal]] <ref name="Global"></ref>. And, then later in the same day, awarded him the "[[FICS's Founder's Award]]".<ref name="FICS-news-2011-1"></ref><ref name="Chiro Report"></ref>
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In 2015, at the World Congress of Chiropractic and FICS Congress in Athens, Greece, Dr. Press was invited to apply for recognition as Fellow of the [[Royal College of Chiropractors]] (UK). By June 17, the Council had awarded him the "post-nominal letters "[[Royal_College_of_Chiropractors#Fellow_.28FRCC.29 | FRCC]]".
  
 
==Professional Career==
 
==Professional Career==
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  | date =  Oct. 8-11, 1987
 
  | date =  Oct. 8-11, 1987
 
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  | accessdate = 3/2012}}</ref> <ref name="ACAtoday"> {{cite web
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| title = Press Attends OlympiC Academy
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| work = News Comments
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| publisher = [[American Chiropractic Association]]
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| date = August 1981
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| volume = 18
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| number = 18
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| url = http://www.acatoday.org/jaca/archives/1981_08.pdf
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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  
 
*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>  
 
</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>  
  
*1990 - 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 Chiropractic 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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*1990 - 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 Chiropractic 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> In May, he was  invited as a guest speaker at the [[European Chiropractic Union]] general assembly in Avignon, France, on technology in Chiropractic <ref name="Avignon"> {{cite web
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| title = European Chiropractors' Union Congress, May 24, 1990 - May 27, 1990
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| publisher =  [[Dynamic Chiropractic]]
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| date =  May 24, 1990
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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.  
 
*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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* 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
 
* 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
| 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 name="USOA">{{Cite conference
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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 "distinguished lecturer" at the United States Olympic Academy XI, at Indiana University, in 1987 <ref name="USOA">{{Cite conference
 
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Dr. Stephen J. Press

Dr. Stephen J. Press
Born October 20, 1947(1947-10-20)
Bronx, New York
Nationality American
Education Chiropractic
Alma mater Palmer College of Chiropractic
Occupation Chiropractic Physician Administrator, Teacher
Years active 1978-
Home town Englewood, NJ
Known for Founding the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic [1]
Title Physician, (DC)
Spouse(s) Olga (Serova) Press, MD, RN

Dr. Stephen J Press, DC, PhD, CCSP, FACSM, FICC, ICCSP, FRCC 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 [2], and descendant of the composer Jacques Offenbach [2].

Dr. Press organized the first official meeting between the USOC and the ACA Sports Council, which resulted in sending the first Chiropractor to the Olympic Games in 1980 [3]. In 1987, one year before the World Federation of Chiropractic [4]; he founded the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic, [1][5] [6] [7][8] [9] [10] [11][12] [13][14] and the International Academy of Olympic Chiropractic Officers [15], and was appointed by the Chairman of the USSR State Sports Committee to serve as Chief Physician [16] [16] [17] for the 1992 - 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". [18] He is currently in private practice in Englewood, New Jersey and in 2000 was appointed to the consulting chiropractic staff at Preakness Healthcare Center (formerly Preakness Hospital). [19][20][21]

Biography

Dr. Press received his Bachelors Degree in biology from Thomas Edison State College [22] [23] and obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic degree, Magna Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1978. [24] He received a PhD in Sports Medicine, from Intercontinental University, Moscow, in 2006. He received his Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician certification [25] and became the first and only [26] Chiropractor to be named [27] [28] Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine in 1983. [29][30] Then in 1981 he went to the UK to participate in the "Team Physician's course" of the International Federation of Sports Medicine, (FIMS) [31]. He remains the only DC to have completed this course.

In 1970 he joined the City of Englewood, NJ Auxiliary Police, and was named Chief [28] under then Mayor Walter Taylor in 1977. He was simultaneously a member of the Englewood Volunteer Ambulance Corps, [28] until he left to finish Chiropractic school. In 1982, Dr. Press ran unsuccessfully for Councilman-at-large, losing to Eddie Haden, Esq., then the running mate of Congressman Steve Rothman, who was elected Mayor, in the City of Englewood [28]. He had two children; Robert M. Press, MS, DC, and Alyssa N. Press, BA (Fine Arts), by his former wife Janice Feldman. He is currently happily married to the former Olga Petrovna Serova, MD (Pediatrics, St. Petersburg, Russia), RN, since 2004.

Honors and Awards

In 1990, the Minister of Sport of the USSR, awarded Dr. Press a gold medal entitled "Coach of Champions" (Тренер Побидителы), from the Soviet Sports Committee, for service in his successful treatment of Yekaterina Gordeeva.
In 1991, upon completing his term as the 1st President of the FICS, FICS' Board awarded him the first FICS' Gold Medal, originally intended for Juan Antonio Samaranch, and designated the "highest Award that can be bestowed upon a Sports Chiropractor, Internationally".
In 2011, at the World Congress of Chiropractic in Rio de Janeiro, the Executive Committee of the FICS, presented Dr. Press with a FICS' Past President's Medal [4]. And, then later in the same day, awarded him the "FICS's Founder's Award".[8][9] In 2015, at the World Congress of Chiropractic and FICS Congress in Athens, Greece, Dr. Press was invited to apply for recognition as Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractors (UK). By June 17, the Council had awarded him the "post-nominal letters " FRCC".

Professional Career

  • 1979 - He forged the relationship with the US Olympic Committee [7] which resulted in the creation of the Volunteer Chiropractors Program at the US Olympic Training Center, and thus the sending of Chiropractic doctors to the Olympic Games with the USOC.
  • 1986 - He was appointed Chairman of International Affairs, on the Board of the ACA Sports Council, by then President Dr. Robert Hazel, Jr. DC.Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag;

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  • 1988 - He lead a delegation of chiropractors to Annaba, Algeria to provide services at the African Championships in Athletics [38] [39] 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). [40] [41] While in Moscow, Dr. Press was asked to treat the (now) two-time Olympic Gold medal figure skater Yekaterina Gordeeva. [42]
  • 1990 - 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. [43] [44] In May, he was invited as a guest speaker at the European Chiropractic Union general assembly in Avignon, France, on technology in Chiropractic [45].
  • At a meeting in Washington, DC, Dr. Press was unanimously elected to the office of Secretary-general of the World Fitness Federation, [46] [47] which sent a delegation to the World Health Organization later that year.
  • 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 then Sports Minister of Venezuela, Sra. Flor Isava-Fonseca, then a member of the IOC executive, and discussed the future recognition of the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic, by the International Olympic Committee. [48] [49] [50]
  • 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 [55], 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 [56] of the World Taekwondo Federation. [57]
  • 1998 - Dr. Press was appointed by the Board of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Assoc. of Recognized Int'l Sports Federations (ARISF) [58] "recognized" International Roller Sports Federation[59] to Chair their "Sport Science Commission" (previously called the Medical Commission).[5] [60][61] [62]
  • 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. [63] [64]
  • 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). [34] [65] [66] On the untimely death of Chairman, Pedro Barrera, MD [67], he became "Acting Chairman", [68]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. [69] [70]
  • 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. [71] [28] [72]
  • Dr. Press has appeared as a guest authority in his profession on US television [73] [74] [75] and Radio [76] [77] on numerous occasions. He has lectured on Chiropractic subjects, in Mexico [78] [79],Turkey, Russia, Algeria, France [80] [81], and Venezuela, and in several states of the US. He was "distinguished lecturer" at the United States Olympic Academy XI, at Indiana University, in 1987 [82], among many others.

Bibliography

Books

Genealogies

  • Press, S. (2004). The Offenbachs of Cologne: Vols 1-4. Englewood, NJ: Lulu.com Publishing. 
  • Press, S. (2004). The Sodells of Odessa & Press' of Kaunas. Englewood, NJ: Lulu.com Publishing. 
  • Press, S. (2004). The Grafs of Bukovina. Englewood, NJ: Lulu.com Publishing. 

Journals/Articles

  • Press, S. (1988). FICS' Field Doctor's Guide, 1st ed.. Englewood, NJ: FICS publications. 
  • Press, S. (May/June 1989). "What is FICS?". ICA Review (Wash. D.C.: International Chiropractors Association): 26-7. 
  • Press, S. (24th May, 1990), L'emploi des instruments pour mésurer différents facteurs de la bioméchanique humaine en cabinet de chiropractie, Congress of European Chiropractic Union, Avignon, France 
  • Press, S. (October 1995), "Copyright: A 'PRESS' Release", Centenario Chiropractica (Genoa, Italy: Assoziazione Italiana Chiropractici) 3 (2): 75–83 
  • Press, S. (Nov-Dec 1998). "Defining "Chiropractic" Around the World". The American Chiropractor (Fort Wayne, IN: The American Chiropractor Magazine) 20 (6): 45. 
  • Press, S. (September, 2001). "Fédération Internationale des Échecs Recognized by the International Olympic Committee". Chess Life (Lausanne, Switzerland: FIDE): 47-8. 
  • Press, SJ (1998). "A Wake Up Call". Am Chiropr (4). 
  • Press, SJ (1991 JAN/FEB#20). "Let Your Computer Answer The Phone". Todays Chiropr (1). 
  • Press SJ PRESENTING A UNITED FRONT Am Chiropr 1989 MAR 28
  • Press SJ A GREAT DECADE - OR DECADENCE? Am Chiropr 1989 JUN 32-33
  • Press SJ A REPORT OF CLINICAL APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS IN ANALYSIS OF GAIT-SPINAL IMBALANCES Chiropr Sports Med 1987 JAN 1 1 29-32
  • Press SJ VIEWPOINT: COLUMNIST OF THE MONTH, STEPHEN J. PRESS Am Chiropr 1987 NOV 5
  • Press SJ CHIROPRACTIC IN THE UNITED KINGDOM: AN AMERICAN DC EXPLORES CHIROPRACTIC AND THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM IN ENGLAND Am Chiropr 1987 JUN 61-62
  • Press SJ THE ROLE OF THE CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN IN THE SPORTS MEDICAL TEAM Am Chiropr 1987 AUG 31-36

Academic Papers

External Links

World catalog

See also

Chiropractic
Sports chiropractic
FICS Founder's Award
How_Chiropractic_got_into_the_Olympic_Games
Video of 1st Chiropractic Adjustment in Moscow, USSR, 1988,to Prof. Dr. S. Popov, Vice-Rector of the Nat'l Inst. of Physical Culture

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