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Dr. Tom Hyde

Dr. Thomas E. Hyde, BA, DC, DABCSP, FICC, was born in 1945 to Ida and Earle Hyde in Thomasville, GA. He practiced in Miami, Florida from 1977-1997 after receiving his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1977 and his Bachelor of Arts degree in biology from Florida State University in 1973. He served in the US Marine Corps from 1966-1971 with one year in Viet Nam[citation needed] as a Platoon Sargeant. He is married to Susan Hyde and has one daughter, Jennifer.

Dr. Tom Hyde, is notable for having been Secretary-general of the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic[citation needed], and team Doctor for the United States Olympic Committee at the Pan American Games in Indianapolis, IN, in 1987, [1] in addition to his numerous other awards and accomplishments spanning a long career.


????-???? - He served as president [2] and executive director [3]of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) Sports Council for eight years[citation needed] and served as the secretary general for the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic (FICS).

???? - He has served as the liaison between FICS and the World Olympians Association[4][5].

1982 - Dr. Hyde was twice named Chiropractor of the Year by the Dade County Chiropractic Society[citation needed] and was named again in 1988[citation needed]. He was named "Chiropractor of the Year" by the Florida Chiropractic Association Sports Council[citation needed].

1987 - Dr. Hyde became the first [1] DC to be selected to go to the United States Olympic Training Center, in Colorado Springs, CO, when the volunteer Chiropractor program was implemented, and was subsequently selected to represent the United States as team doctor at the Pan American Games that year in [[Indianapolis, IN.

????-Additionally, he served as the chiropractic coordinator for the United States Powerlifting Federation[citation needed], International Powerlifting Federation[citation needed], and USA Weightlifting for many years[citation needed]

1990-1997 - He served as the chiropractic consultant for the Miami Dolphins [6].

1997 - He was was appointed to serve a four-year term on the Pan American Games and Olympic Task Force for the state of Florida[7].

1997- ???? - Dr. Hyde served on the Governor's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports [8]. He worked as team physician for several high schools[citation needed] and one major college[citation needed].

2004 - He was a member of the commission, called "The Mercy Guidelines" which created the seminal, national professional guidelines for the practice of Chiropractic. [2]

2006 - Dr. Hyde became a member of the Miami-Dade Sports Commission, Board of Directors.[9]

2008 - Dr. Hyde became a member of the ACA Sports Council Hall of Fame[citation needed]; and in,

2009 - He was named "Person of the Year" by Dynamic Chiropractic[10].

Dr. Hyde has lectured all over the United States, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, Argentina, Denmark [11], England, France, Switzerland, Australia, Chile, Brazil, Wales and South Africa.[citation needed]


He has written many peer-reviewed articles [citation needed]and two chapters in two different books[citation needed].

Hyde, T & Gengenbach, M., "Conservative Management of Sports Injuries", 1996, Williams and Wilkins. [ISBN: 068303944X]
Hyde, T & Gengenbach, M., "Conservative Management of Sports Injuries", 2nd ed., 2006, Jones and Bartlett) [ISBN: 0763732524]. [6]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Horwitz, S (December 18, 1995). "The US Olympic Training Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado". Dynamic Chiropractic 13 (26). 
  2. 2.0 2.1 Haldemann; Smith, et al (2004). Guidelines for chiropractic quality assurance and practice parameters. Jones & Bartlett. p. xiii. ISBN 0763729213, 9780763729219. 
  3. Editorial Staff (September 1, 1995). "Centennial Celebration Scheduled for Mexico City". Dynamic Chiropractic 13 (18). 
  4. Editorial Staff (August 16, 2002). "FICS World Report". Dynamic Chiropractic 20 (17). 
  5. Editorial Staff (October 6, 2003). "World Federation of Chiropractic Quarterly Report". Dynamic Chiropractic 21 (21). 
  6. 6.0 6.1 Jones & Bartlett Site "Health Professions". Retrieved Nov 20, 2009. 
  7. Hyde, T (August 25, 1997). "Dr. Tom Hyde Appointed to Olympic Task Force". Dynamic Chiropractic 15 (18). 
  8. Editorial Staff (May 31, 1999). "Biking to Benefit Spinal Research". Dynamic Chiropractic 17 (12). 
  9. Miami-Dade Sports Commission Site "Board of Directors". Retrieved Nov 21, 2009. 
  10. Editorial Staff (January 29, 2009). "We Get Letters & E-Mail". Dynamic Chiropractic 27 (3). 
  11. Syddansk Universitet "Seminar by Dr. Hyde". Retrieved Nov 20, 2009. 

See also

Sports chiropractic