SEPTEMBER 2022 HOME AGAIN – TWG22 reflections
I am really very happy and grateful to have been able to participate at TWG22 as part of the FICS team and be there for all these athletes from all over the world in all these sports. It is a pleasure for a sports chiropractor to participate in such an event and to see that all these athletes are very happy that we are there for them and provide them with care. They come with a big smile to say thank you before, during or after the competition. Looking forward to participating in future events. ✨️ Dr Aourégan Logé, France
I am very pleased to have worked at TWG22. It was a very well organised and planned out event and I am very honoured that I could be part of it. One could really see the spirit of essential things in life to “ serve and help others”👍Dr Rainer Wiser, UK
I am so blessed to have had the opportunity to make great friends and work at the TWG22. Hopefully I’ll be seeing many of my new friends and colleagues in the years to come at future FICS events. 😃 Dr Brian Henslin, USA
Thank you for gifting me this opportunity to work at this once-in-a-lifetime event – I hope to cross paths with everyone at future events in the future. If you’re ever in London, look me up 👊🙏 You’ll never believe this – my local pub in East London accepts the Embassy Suites drinks vouchers! Dr Chris Wood, UK
Waiting at the airport on my way home from TWG22 seems like a great place to reflect on the times shared and memories made. I am so very grateful for this fine work we share as we are helping athletes achieve. We get to use our hands and minds to connect with our athletes. What a special thing! The long days, the heat, the laughs, the treatments, the smiles and the challenges….we did it! TOGETHER 💙 🙏🏽 ✨️😁 Dr Jon Wilhelm, USA
Check out the article about the experience of our doctors at The World Games 2022 as they talk about their experience: A Chiropractic Students’ Perspective
Pages 13-16 FICS September 2022 E-News
Student reflections of their experience at TWG22 – Pages 44-47
A student’s journey
My name is James West and I am a student at London South Bank University. This year I had the amazing opportunity to be able to attend the FICS Annual Symposium as a student member. Having been involved in sport throughout my life, sports chiropractic has always been an area I have been interested in and want to make the focus of my career. FICS have allowed me to begin my journey towards this by allowing me to create the London South Bank University FICS student club, and most recently through their symposium. Read more in the June 2021 edition
Yours in Sport James West
James West, talks about his experience at the FICS Symposium: A Chiropractic Students’ Perspective
Pages 19 – June 2021 E-News
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To introduce myself, I’m an Irish Sports Chiropractor practising since 2009 living and working in London. My story is to give you an insight into my sports Chiropractic experience during 2020 whilst I was working with EF Pro Cycling Team in Europe, in a year which all of us will certainly remember. Sports and exercise have always been a passion of mine, from triathlons to completing 15 marathons and countless half marathons. So, when studying at the A.E.C.C in Bournemouth, I knew I wanted to be a Sports Chiropractor. In the December 2020 E-News, Dr James Power outlines his 2020 journey from working with athletes, lockdown and family battles.
Yours in Sport Dr. James Power
Dr James Power talks about his journey in 2020. Cycling, Covid19 & Chiropractic: 2020 Sports Review. Pages 28-32 December 2020 E-News.
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