Belgium Chiropractic Sports Council

Background: The primary function of the FICS Executive Council (ExCo) is oversight of the organisation's strategic direction to grow the sports chiropractic community on the world stage. The FICS Regional representatives are members of the FICS Exco, and their primary responsibility is to be the connection between the FICS ExCo and the NCSC. These reports help your Regional Representative stay connected to your NCSC strengths, weaknesses/challenges, opportunities, and tactics that the NCSC is facing. We encourage you to reach out to your FICS Regional Representative to discuss any issues you are facing so that they can contact you and discuss this at a mutually convenient time. 

Please stay connected with your FICS Regional Representative and invite them to a couple of your board meetings each year so we can build that strong connection, awareness and communication link. This online reporting template is a tool to raise reporting and does not replace the interaction between the Regions and the FICS Regional Representative. This process enables FICS and the NCSC to create a strong working relationship to provide continuous support and feedback to serve and grow the broader sports chiropractic community.

Instructions: The NCSC quarterly report has two sections:
Part I.
 Activities which the NCSC are working on or have been doing in the past quarter.
Part II. Areas with which the NCSC would like FICS assistance. This part will assist FICS in supporting your NCSC and sharing resources for the growth of sports chiropractic.

If there is no activity in the last quarter, a "NA" response is sufficient. However, before you list "NA", please consider any significant information/developments concerning your NCSC and sports chiropractic during this period. You may consider including any updates on projects you are working on or issues that your NCSC reported on in previous reports, which are still ongoing.

How the reports are used:
These reports are tabled and discussed by the ExCo at quarterly meetings with follow-up by the ExCo Regional Representative.

Quarterly Report

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Part I: Your NCSC Activities

Part II: Areas where FICS and your NCSC could collaborate

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No. of members316
Date of Report15/02/2022
Quarterly period1st Quarter: Jan-March
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Contact Details

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Your position in your NCSCPast President
Name person submitting reportShea Stark
Name of your NCSC President:Chris Hargrave
Select name of your NCSCAmerican Chiropractic Association Sports Council
CountryUnited States
Date of annual meeting14/10/2022
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Part I: Your NCSC Activities

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Part II: Areas where FICS and your NCSC could collaborate

CHALLENGES: List any challenges which your NCSC are facing, or your Executives are working to solve. (List N/A if none at this stage)

As listed above, we are brainstorming ways to revitalize the CSN (Chiropractic Sports Network).

Continuing the discussion on membership questions within FICS and NCSCs.

1. ACTIVITY: Summary of activity within your NCSC over the last quarter. If there has not been much activity in the last quarter, you may consider including any projects you are working on, issues your NCSC is facing, discussions or growth with which you may like support.

The ACASC executive committee met in person for the first time in two years at the annual mid year board meeting held in Denver, Colorado.

One of the main topics of conversation was how to rebuild and revamp the CSN (Chiropractic Sports Network) which is how we staff events held in the USA. COVID and the lack of consistent events being held crippled the network.

Another topic we spent time discussing was "what does the future of sports chiropractic look like?" The consensus seemed to be the importance of continuing education and the pursuit of advanced certifications.

EVENTS/GAMES: Any contacts you have with International Sporting Federations. Do you need any help from FICS to organise contact with holders of regional/international games? (If applicable)


FOLLOW-UP: Please select any followup you are interested in. FICS will get the respective Commission Chair or your Regional Rep to contact you. (If applicable)Membership: Members benefits
COLLABORATION: List any major events/conferences which you have coming up and a event link so FICS can co-promote. (If applicable)

ACASC Annual Symposium - October 14-15, 2022 in Denver, CO. (Should also be offered virtually as well)

OPPORTUNITIES: List any opportunities which you may like FICS to help support or promote. (If applicable)


COLLABORATION: College/Educational Institution with which you have / or are developing relationships with. (If applicable)