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This is a list of Olympic Chiropractic Doctors, comprised of DC's who have served as team doctors at the Olympic Games, or regional (e.g., Pan AM) events.
- Daniele Bertamini, DC: Italian DC, who was President of the Associazione Italiana Chiropratici and then the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic, for two terms.
- Martin Camara, DC: Past-Chairman of the Communications Commission for the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic this Filippino Doctor is co-chairman of the medical commission of the Filippine Olympic Committee. 
- Jan Corwin, DC, Team Doctor for the USOC at the Olympic Games in Seoul, Korea, 1988
- George Goodheart, was the first Chiropractor to serve as US Olympic team Doctor, XIIIth Winter Olympic Games, Lake Placid, NY 1980.c
- Eileen Haworth, was the first woman to serve as US Olympic team Doctor. She represented the US team at the Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles, CA, 1984.
- Robin Hunter, was the first woman to serve as US Olympic team Doctor at a Winter Olympic Games. salt Lake City, 2002
- Tom Hyde, DC - The Florida Chiropractor who was the 2nd Doctor of Chiropractic to be invited to the US Olympic Training center in Colorado Springs, and was Doctor for Team USA at the Pan Am Games in Indianapolis, IN in 1987.
- Noel Patterson, MIR, DC: Australian who was, Their national team Dcotor at the Commonwealth Games several time. He was president of the Chiropractic Association of Australia, Sports Council, and subsequently the second President of the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic.
- Leroy Perry, DC: perhaps the first Doctor of Chiropractic to go to the Olympic Games as an official team doctor. He first attended the 1976 Olympic Games as a Doctor for Antigua,  then in in Lake Placid in 1980 as a Doctor for the United States Bobsled and Skeleton Federation team; again in Los Angeles in 1984, variously representing Italy, Venezuela and the French Bobsled Team and finally, after the breakup of the USSR, he went to the Summer Games in Barcelona as a member of the Russian Olympic medical team. 
- David Pierson, DC, CCSP: who was President of the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic and Olympic team Doctor at the Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, in 1988 representing the nation of _________.
- Stephen J. Press, DC, PhD, CCSP, FACSM, FICC, ICSSD: founded the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic, the Russian Chiropractic Association, and the International Academy of Olympic Chiropractic Officers, and was Chief Physician for the Winter Olympic Team of the USSR, at the Winter Olympic Games in Albertville, France, in 1992. He was also served as President of the Medical Commission, for the World Sport governing body for Roller Sports; the International Roller Sports Federation, and Vice-Chairman, of the Medical Commission for the World Chess Federation.
- Mike Reed, DC: Team Doctor, US Olympic Team, Beijing, 2008, and Medical Director , team USA, Vancouver 2010.
- Mike Sabia, Jr., was Olympic team Doctor for the nation of South Korea at the Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, Korea, 1988.
- Phil Santiago, was US Olympic team Doctor at the Summer Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain, in 1992.
- Brian Seaman, was the medical director for Team Canada at the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, in 2010, and their team doctor at several prior games.
- Ira Shapiro, was US Olympic team Doctor at the Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece in 2004 and again at the Winter Olympic Games in Torino, Italy in 2006.