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International Certificate in Sports Chiropractic (ICSC)

Dear FICS Members,

Current ICCSP Students Holders

The International Certificate in Sports Chiropractic (ICSC) program produces a well-rounded individual chiropractor that is qualified to work at sporting events throughout the world. Furthermore, it is the minimum qualification required to be part of a FICS chiropractic delegation at regional sporting events, international events such as the regional and world championships, the World Games or the Olympic Games.

International Certificate in Sports Chiropractic (ICSC)  program IS HERE and ready to take registrations. www.ficsport.org 

For students who hold one of the current accreditations, please note the following information which will guide you to what is required to update to the ICSC.

  • DACBSP; FRCCSS(C); qualifying master's degree in human performance; Sports Science or equivalent; CCSP qualification.
    Pay for and complete the International Sports Chiropractic module ONLY. Register at www.ficsport.org.  
    If you only have the CCSP you will be required to complete the Professional Requirements as well, Click here to download the ICSC Information Manual for further details.

  • ICCSP/ICCSD qualification. Pay for and complete the Head Injuries in Sports module ONLY. Register at www.ficsport.org.  

You are not required to complete any further modules however, you are welcome to register for more training. 

Once you have completed the appropriate module as listed above, to apply for your ICSC accreditation, send the digital copy of the "Module Completion Certificate" along with your current certification in CPR or equivalent credentials in emergency procedures - not more than 2 years old, and a copy of your qualification from the DACBSP, CCSP, ICCSP or ICCSD course to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

All the best in International Sports Chiropractic

Tim Stark, FICS Chair, Education Commission
Beth Antoine, FICS Fellow, Education Commission

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